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    (Original post by AmyLH)
    I just really slowed down how quickly I did the exams. Before I used to rush through it, only reading the question once before attempting it. I know it sounds stupid but it's amazing how much of a difference it makes and stops you making stupid errors.
    Whilst getting questions wrong I assume you referred back to your notes/revision guide or textbook to get a better understanding of your weak topic?

    And by any chance did you re-do any papers in which you were getting i.e. 60's in?
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    Have only given myself 5 days for C3.

    ****.
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    (Original post by phx)
    Whilst getting questions wrong I assume you referred back to your notes/revision guide or textbook to get a better understanding of your weak topic?

    And by any chance did you re-do any papers in which you were getting i.e. 60's in?
    I did all of the textbook questions for integration, differentiation, and inequalities as those were mainly the questions I kept messing up.
    I've repeated a few, but tbh I haven't really been taking notice of what paper it is, just been doing as many questions I can get my hands on
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    Argh need to finish FP1 content ASAP Stressed.
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    Maths teachers just sent me an email telling me to bring a homework from weeks ago to next lesson. Cue hours of searching through my folder for it. Think I'm just going to do the homework again
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    aww A level kids. *licks lips*
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    After struggling all day, think I've finally got the hang of integrating trig...
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    Chemistry:
    • Fractional distillation.
    • Isomerism.
    • Find relevant questions from old syllabus papers.

    Maths:
    2 past papers. 92% 1 past paper.

    Biology:
    • Membranes; phospholipid bilayer etc.
    • Past paper questions.

    Cannot be bothered today, so tired
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    (Original post by AmyLH)
    Chemistry:
    • Fractional distillation.
    • Isomerism.
    • Find relevant questions from old syllabus papers.

    Maths:
    2 past papers. 92% 1 past paper.

    Biology:
    • Membranes; phospholipid bilayer etc.
    • Past paper questions.

    Cannot be bothered today, so tired
    Aww lol, take a break! A rested brain is a better brain
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    (Original post by Lakhvir.Singh)
    Aww lol, take a break! A rested brain is a better brain
    It's not that my brains tired though it's my body, refereed this morning for the first time since it finished for Christmas, I'm so unfit
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    (Original post by AmyLH)
    It's not that my brains tired though it's my body, refereed this morning for the first time since it finished for Christmas, I'm so unfit
    What sport do you ref, out of interest?
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    Anyone taking Further Maths A Level this May?
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    Ok so I didn't stick to my plan today:

    * Do C3 paper and mark (Partly done)
    * Core 3/Mechanics revision (Done)
    * Repeat and write up maths answers (Done)

    Didn't do a mechanics paper but instead:

    * Did some more difficult C3 and mechanics past paper questions (Done)
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    (Original post by -Illmatic-)
    What sport do you ref, out of interest?
    Football
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    Chemistry:
    Fractional distillation.
    • Isomerism.
    • Find relevant questions from old syllabus papers.


    Maths:
    2 past papers. 92% 1 past paper.

    Biology:
    • Membranes; phospholipid bilayer etc.
    • Past paper questions.
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    (Original post by M.R.)
    Anyone taking Further Maths A Level this May?
    I might be resitting FP3 if I don't get an A* in jan but I've already done most of the modules.
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    Less than 2 weeks until my first exam...

    I need to get cracking...
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    I'm in serious need of bed. Think I'll just have to give in now and get up at 3am :yawn:
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    Chemistry:
    Fractional distillation.
    • Isomerism.
    • Find relevant questions from old syllabus papers.


    Maths:
    2 past papers. 92% 1 past paper.

    Biology:
    • Membranes; phospholipid bilayer etc.
    Past paper questions.

    (Original post by cz100)
    I'm in serious need of bed. Think I'll just have to give in now and get up at 3am :yawn:
    I was thinking of doing something like this.
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    Psychology:
    - Sporadically do random exam questions

    Computing:
    - Exam Style Questions in textbook - the questions in the book are so different to the ones in the actual exam papers :lolwut:


    Going to go sleep soon - early start tomorrow
 
 
 
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