Any ideas on topics I can close in on in the coming days before the exam??
Calculus is always important to know well. Watch out for the complex plane type questions in complex numbers. Everyone is set on combinations/permutations coming up, so it might be worth knowing well.
yeah i've a lovely prediction there buddy, looks like its gonna be a steamy one with your auntie after a few cheeky deserts in knocker.
My teacher said there could be a chance of calculus and area and volume together .
Also financial maths and sequences and series
Binomial expansion on paper one.
Lots of stats on paper 2 (census and election)