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nas7232
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Hello people

I'm aiming for an A, although i only need a B.

i think i will get

c1 = 100%
c2 = near 100%
s1 = 95%
m1= 90 %
c3 & c4

how likely would i be of getting an A overall. BTW i've already done some c3 before, chain rule qoutient rule and the easy stuff.
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I would imagine if you can get near 100% on the first two then there's no reason why you shouldn't get an A overall.
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lol, i took my P4 exam last week. I was literally shocked by how easy they are making the C's. The F/B has everything in it. I mean everything even series's So u shouldnt have a problem assumin ur not a slacker like me
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to get an A average, you will need just under 50% for c3 and c4.... if ive worked it out correctly.... thats nothing, the new core stuff is definately too easy, which sucks for the good students
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(Original post by r2they)
to get an A average, you will need just under 50% for c3 and c4.... if ive worked it out correctly.... thats nothing, the new core stuff is definately too easy, which sucks for the good students
I know, it kinda takes the fun out of maths, but it does mean easy A's :p:
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You people doing the Core syllabus do 1 less module too! Its not fair.
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c1 is as easy as gcse maths lol
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c1 is practically gcse higher tier stuff...
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I can see 10 years down the road that Mathematics A Level will be identicle to Mathematics Higher Tier GCSE. They keep on making it easier!
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dont worry about it you will do fine!
although i am getting worried about all this further maths malarkey, all this hyperbolic and moment of inertia stuf argh!
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(Original post by RObTRIP)
dont worry about it you will do fine!
although i am getting worried about all this further maths malarkey, all this hyperbolic and moment of inertia stuf argh!
hehehe rob thats the nice stuff, wait until u do reduction formula and conic sections. I think there te 2 hardest sections :s
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