Facing my last maths exam
I am currently revising for probably my last examination on proper mathematics because there would not be any more course on maths in my physics course. Apparently I am not the only one feeling the pressure, everyone on my course is sort of nervous about the exams.
The progress is dreadful as with all kind of maths exam. You can never do enough. There is always a way for the examiners to come up with questions that most of the candidates would fail. Of course that's unlikely but this thought comes to light every time I revised for maths and I feel fortunate that my maths seems fine so far (except a few). The problem about maths is forgeting something and that something is usually fundamental and examinable.
Anyway, physics exams are pretty mathematical... 2 days away from 3 hrs of maths with another phys exam in between. SO the aim now is at least to attempt a few questions from each topic and have a look in the notes if there's spare time. Some of the past papers look challenging.