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    Read the books then do every other question in the book. Try some past papers and then look at videos if there's anything you don't get.
    Do you mean to do every other question in the Mixed exercises or just all of them?


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    Do you mean to do every other question in the Mixed exercises or just all of them?


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    Every other.
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    (Original post by alow)
    Every other.
    I mean, should I only do that in the mixed exercises, or all of the exercises in the book


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    With this limited amount of time would you say to just read the textbooks (I have them on PDF) and do some questions? Or watch exam solutions on things that I am not entirely sure about


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    I just watched exam solution videos and did past papers, worked out fine. Admittedly, I did a lot less than 8 hours a day.
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    I mean, should I only do that in the mixed exercises, or all of the exercises in the book


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    I have no idea what mixed exercises means. All of them.
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    (Original post by alow)
    I have no idea what mixed exercises means. All of them.
    Mixed exercises are those which may mix one or two topics from the previous chapters together; or two or more different methods etc... as opposed to practicing questions specific to a single topic or idea. Books have both, and mixed exercises are usually at the end of each chapter.
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    Mixed exercises are those which may mix one or two topics from the previous chapters together; or two or more different methods etc... as opposed to practicing questions specific to a single topic or idea. Books have both, and mixed exercises are usually at the end of each chapter.
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    Yes?
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    (Original post by RDKGames)
    Mixed exercises are those which may mix one or two topics from the previous chapters together; or two or more different methods etc... as opposed to practicing questions specific to a single topic or idea. Books have both, and mixed exercises are usually at the end of each chapter.
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    Yes?
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    Uh, can you not hijack threads? Thanks.
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    (Original post by Eden00)
    I will have a go at this then, thank you! Some of the revision guide questions do seem easy, so I'll be selective when going through. How do I not get discouraged if I get low UMS in papers that I attempt? I feel like I will


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    Thats just part of the process. I have no magic solution to this, when the time comes you'll deal with it.

    Ans its fine to ask how long will x y z take, but you can quickly work it out for yourself when you get stuck in.
 
 
 
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