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Should I do 4U maths? (1 Viewer)

Karldahemster

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Do you think I should do 4U maths. My Ext 1 marks are as follows:

Test 1: 93%
Test 2 (Half yearly): 85%
Test 3: 80%
Test 4 (yearly): 93.5%

Overall: 88%
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So what do you think, and what are some important things to consider in the decision.
Thanks :tongue:
 

jazz519

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Ah lol is that even a question hahaha, your marks are really good, you should do it
 

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Do you think I should do 4U maths. My Ext 1 marks are as follows:

Test 1: 93%
Test 2 (Half yearly): 85%
Test 3: 80%
Test 4 (yearly): 93.5%

Overall: 88%
Rank #2

So what do you think, and what are some important things to consider in the decision.
Thanks :tongue:
Try consider if your problem solving skills are good cause 4u is way harder than 3u
 

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Yes you should definitely try doing 4u, in my own experience I have never come across a person achieving high 80s to 90s who has immensely struggled with 4u.
 

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Im getting around 70% in my exams and im taking 4U next term. You should deffinatley do it. You can always drop it latter if needed.
 

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Doesnt matter what u got in your past 3u exam, if your a type who just machine through questions without any thought or understanding then 4u will be a challenge. 4u comes down to your logic and not just accepting things the way they are. That being said give it a shot
 

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Doesnt matter what u got in your past 3u exam, if your a type who just machine through questions without any thought or understanding then 4u will be a challenge. 4u comes down to your logic and not just accepting things the way they are. That being said give it a shot
Relax, its not that hard. Definitely go for it.
 

pikachu975

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Also 4u needs a lot more problem solving than 2u and 3u so can't really base your predicted 4u success off of those marks. If you think you can problem solve then take 4u
 

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