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    Question Should I do 4U maths?

    Im just asking for other people's opinion since im sure i wasnt the only one to question myself. I just had my exams and got 100 in 2u (1st) and 60 in my 3u (3rd [first was 65, 2 marks ahead]). I did poorly not because the test was hard, but because I simply panicked and did numerous silly mistakes. Nonetheless, I will bash my head against the wall, but I want to top extension overall at the end of the year. My question is should I do ex2. I really want to. It looks really fun and I absolutely love maths. Some kids say it's very hard and if you dont get 100 in e1 u shouldnt do it.
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    Re: Should I do 4U maths?

    I think you definitely could start off with it and see how you go - you can always drop it if you aren't doing well! As for your last sentence, it is not at all necessary to get 100 in ext1, I know a lot of people who got very high marks in 4u and didn't do as well in 3u. Plus, 4u helps a lot with 3u, so you will improve on that front.
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    Re: Should I do 4U maths?

    Quote Originally Posted by Epeec View Post
    Im just asking for other people's opinion since im sure i wasnt the only one to question myself. I just had my exams and got 100 in 2u (1st) and 60 in my 3u (3rd [first was 65, 2 marks ahead]). I did poorly not because the test was hard, but because I simply panicked and did numerous silly mistakes. Nonetheless, I will bash my head against the wall, but I want to top extension overall at the end of the year. My question is should I do ex2. I really want to. It looks really fun and I absolutely love maths. Some kids say it's very hard and if you dont get 100 in e1 u shouldnt do it.
    Yeah do it it's really fun and makes 3u a breeze. Also it actually has some challenging questions which makes maths fun to do (unlike 3u aka rote learn)
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    Re: Should I do 4U maths?

    Stop agonizing over it and just do it! And start working on your 4U now; don't wait for term 4.
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    Re: Should I do 4U maths?

    Epic should I do 4u now

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