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Subject: Maths » A-level Maths (Further)
Last updated: 24/12/2017
Tags: a-level maths (further), advice (general), hardworking, mechanics

Students generally find Further Mathematics at A-levels quite challenging. The key to success in such a subject is to work hard and never give up - let's say you were to study a topic, do not stop until you have acquired a full understanding of the topic. 

I sat my Edexcel A-level Further Mathematics examinations back in 2006, and I encountered the same difficulties that some of you out there would be facing today. There were times when I had the feeling that I was lost and not fit to be undertaking such a challenging module. Yet, I never gave up. I kept working at it. I went all the way and gave it my best shot in exam preparation, and this earned me 100% in both M3 and M5 (Mechanics modules), raising my overall average to 95% for the subject (i.e. Further Mathematics).

PS. Not everyone is born a genius, but certainly, almost everyone has got the option of working hard towards their end goal.

Dr. Wasim Akber Engineering Tutor (Harrow)

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