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    Statistics 1
    86.57%
    Statistics 2
    56.72%
    Statistics 3
    14.93%
    Statistics 4
    10.45%
    Statistics 5/6
    0
    0%
    Mechanics 1
    85.07%
    Mechanics 2
    71.64%
    Mechanics 3
    41.79%
    Mechanics 4
    16.42%
    Mechanics 5/6
    7.46%
    Decision 1
    59.70%
    Decision 2
    20.90%
    MEI DC/NC
    2.99%
    MEI DE
    10.45%
    MEI NM
    8.96%
    Other?
    0
    0%

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    Simba-what actually was on M6 and S4/5, was anything lost or was it put into the other modules?
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    (Original post by Totally Tom)
    Simba-what actually was on M6 and S4/5, was anything lost or was it put into the other modules?
    It was lost, sadly.
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    (Original post by Totally Tom)
    Simba-what actually was on M6 and S4/5, was anything lost or was it put into the other modules?
    I think in M6 there was stuff on using polar and intrinsic co-ordinates to solve problems. I don't know about Edexcel, but for AQA the polar stuff is still in M5.

    I did all available modules ('I did it for the lulz' ... )

    I wouldn't have done D1 or D2 if I had a choice about them though.
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    (Original post by Dystopia)
    I think in M6 there was stuff on using polar and intrinsic co-ordinates to solve problems. I don't know about Edexcel, but for AQA the polar stuff is still in M5.

    I did all available modules ('I did it for the lulz' ... )

    I wouldn't have done D1 or D2 if I had a choice about them though.
    Yup, polars and intrinsics. Some of the M6 stuff is first year Cambridge dynamics stuff.

    I would've preferred M6, S5, S6 to D1 and D2! Though would've done all 21 (yay for another AS .)
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    If anybody is interested, the M6 textbook is still available from Amazon.
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    I took S1 M1 with maths this year. Next year I'm taking M2, M3, S2 and D1 — yes, my school's (probably) not doing FP3. >_>
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    Well those results were predictable.

    Iv taken S1 n M1
    Going to take D1, M1, M2, M3
    Maybe more, just for fun
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    S1, S2, D1, D2, M1 (and then M2 for random fun but not needed)
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    S1-2 D1-2 M1-2 FP1-2 C1-4 all through next year with Maths and FM squeezed into one, rather nice, year.

    Done S1, C1, C2.

    God this is going to be hard.
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    (Original post by wanderlust.xx)
    God this is going to be hard.
    By which you mean fun right? :p:
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    (Original post by Vjyrik)
    As it asks.
    I'm surprised no-one's asked yet. What's the point of this poll?
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    (Original post by yusufu)
    I'm surprised no-one's asked yet. What's the point of this poll?
    I'd ask, what's the point of not having this poll? :p:
    Just interested to see how popular certain modules are!
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    (Original post by wanderlust.xx)
    S1-2 D1-2 M1-2 FP1-2 C1-4 all through next year with Maths and FM squeezed into one, rather nice, year.

    Done S1, C1, C2.

    God this is going to be hard.
    Why not do M3 instead of D2? :p: D2 looks so haaard.
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    I love S1. I started learning it the day before the exam and still got 86. I had done four weeks of stats at the start of Year 12 though and GCSE Stats, so I already knew what a histogram was etc. Doing all Mechanics was probably the more interesting route, but definitely not the easier option.
 
 
 
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