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    (Original post by XxKingSniprxX)
    Biggest tip overall = Practice.
    Best tip in Mechanics = Draw a clear labelled + detailed diagram and you can't go wrong.

    Once you've seen every single type of question in most examples you can work through majority of the scenarios in exam papers. IF for however during the exam you get thrown off by a question, try think logically what would happen if you apply a force in a certain direction i.e try pressing on the table etc.

    ^ Worked for me during my exam in May. :laugh:
    What did you get in m1 if you dont mind me asking?
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