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is it possible to pass applied maths in 2 days

I do have a good understanding of math and physics but never tried applied maths is it possible to pass it in two days?


10 Comments
AppliedMathsGuru
With good focus I believe so and strong level of maths in particular. I would suggest guidance below to direct this focus. In particular, differential equations is alot of integration, linear acceleration, relative motion, newtons laws, projectiles and impacts and collisions. You only have 5 questions to do this year also so it makes it more feasible than 6 questions also. Best of luck! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ugqYfsIlCfHQuxi3MGdGQCL3EfOFD5Ryzpk-w-HJEEk/edit
AppliedMathsGuru
Those who think they can and those that think they can't are usually both right.
Mhassett
Mhassett
go for it
Bingy
Bingy
bruh moment
Jimcullen2
linear motion, projectiles and differential equations would be most suitable for you if you do physics. connected particles and collision are aslo similar enough and id recommended.
RarePlutonian
Bruh
peggyford
peggyford
yes 100% go slay queeennnnn
KerrieConnolly
don't do it. I'm a pretty strong maths and physics studnets and has been doing it for almost two years and i still struggle with the exam questions.
KerrieConnolly
also don't think you can just arrive to an exam centre and sit an exam
Rosie 11
Rosie 11
do it you could 100 percent pass with physics
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