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Ok so I posted just over a week ago asking about the difficulty of studying C3 in its entirety in a week in readiness of the upcoming exam - all basically from scratch. People grated on me and thought it was impossible. I told them I studied the entire of D1 in a few days for reference but obviously that particular module isn't very difficult. Either way it's been around a week of C3 study and I've taken two exams, one before and just now. U. A. "Ok good for you, *******". Correct. But I need genuine advice on the actual difficulty of C4 and as to whether 2/3 days would enough for complete study. I think it's slightly shorter than C3 but obviously harder. My weak point is trig and I found out you have to differentiate that ****. So I was asking if I should leave C3 alone now and add the spare days the the C4 preparation calendar. Thanks in advance!
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Ok so I posted just over a week ago asking about the difficulty of studying C3 in its entirety in a week in readiness of the upcoming exam - all basically from scratch. People grated on me and thought it was impossible. I told them I studied the entire of D1 in a few days for reference but obviously that particular module isn't very difficult. Either way it's been around a week of C3 study and I've taken two exams, one before and just now. U. A. "Ok good for you, *******". Correct. But I need genuine advice on the actual difficulty of C4 and as to whether 2/3 days would enough for complete study. I think it's slightly shorter than C3 but obviously harder. My weak point is trig and I found out you have to differentiate that ****. So I was asking if I should leave C3 alone now and add the spare days the the C4 preparation calendar. Thanks in advance!
Took me 2 days to revise for c4 from scratch. came out of the exam with a B, but i am a expert crammer
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Took me 2 days to revise for c4 from scratch. came out of the exam with a B, but i am a expert crammer
I'm not revising anything. I'm literally learning it for the first time.
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I'm not revising anything. I'm literally learning it for the first time.
yh pretty much learning it from scratch at that point. didnt pay attention in class so i didnt even know how to go about doing partial fractions before i started. Get intergration and vectors under your belt first and the rest is easy sailing. Let me remind you that I spent the whole 16 hours daily on it for 2 days.
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Ok so I posted just over a week ago asking about the difficulty of studying C3 in its entirety in a week in readiness of the upcoming exam - all basically from scratch. People grated on me and thought it was impossible. I told them I studied the entire of D1 in a few days for reference but obviously that particular module isn't very difficult. Either way it's been around a week of C3 study and I've taken two exams, one before and just now. U. A. "Ok good for you, *******". Correct. But I need genuine advice on the actual difficulty of C4 and as to whether 2/3 days would enough for complete study. I think it's slightly shorter than C3 but obviously harder. My weak point is trig and I found out you have to differentiate that ****. So I was asking if I should leave C3 alone now and add the spare days the the C4 preparation calendar. Thanks in advance!
Why do you do this to yourself - C4 is harder than C3, but that's just my opinion. Vectors will take longer to learn than anything from C3
Bear in mind I did WJEC, so mine had integration by sub, parts, parametric diff, diff equations, binomial expansion and trig in C4
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