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I was wondering whether we have to know how to do integration by substitution. I have seen questions that require this method in old past papers (but very rare). I want to ask if we need to learn it for May 2013 examination?

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When I sat my exams in May, I had a considerable understanding of it. You should assume anything in the syllabus is fair game if you expect to do well. The basic integration formula is too easy don't you think?

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Yes of course you should. Syllabus doesn't change until 2014, and I doubt something as fundamental as substitution would be removed.

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