Exam 'too hard'? that's for sure

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SO the maths AS-level was "too hard". That is one of the biggest understatements I've ever heard. All 11 of my GCSEs fell within the A*-C bracket so you can imagine I was a little shocked to receive an E in maths. I suppose this should have been expected as some of the questions couldn't even be answered by teachers.This is surprising as one of my teachers has a first in maths from Cambridge!

Jennie Fisher 9 Martinet Green, Ravenswood Ipswich, Suffolk

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