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    How do you approach bringing in a sheet of notes for your exams?

    Gotta bring in one a4 double-sided sheet of notes on Ext 1 exam (sigh) on parametrics, polynomials + harder 2U (Integration, Calculus, Locus). What should you put on the sheet? Questions with solutions, or formulas not on the data sheet? We have never had this so I have no idea how to approach this.

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    Re: How do you approach bringing in a sheet of notes for your exams?

    Priorise formulas that you have used in questions not on the formula sheet. Then any question that you find difficult, put a similar question on the formula sheet and practice using it for practice tests etc.
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    Re: How do you approach bringing in a sheet of notes for your exams?

    Formulae for the intersection of tangents and normals of a parabola.

    If necessary, remainder theorem and factor theorem.
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