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    Are there any papers c3,c4 papers published by edexcel? becuase soloman papers dont prepare you enough becuase if you compare the specimen paper (c3) edexcel it is much more difficult than any soloman paper



    Are they really easier than the actual exam? I'm sure the specimen paper is a bit harder than what we're gonna be given.
    Isn't it? :confused: :confused: :confused:

    are these papers the same standard as what we are going to be given. I ask this because someone I do not have the new textbooks (I am still using the old ones) and because I am finding exam practice papers well...easy. This might be because I am also doing further maths and the FP1 or FPT2 are harder and that's what I have been doing lately. the last time i did c3must have been last year. the way i like to prepare for exams is by doing old past papers because they tend to be so much harder than what we will get. that way i am ready for anything. could somebody tell me if the above past papers are set at the standard of the exams (or are they easier or more difficult) and in case they are easier should I instead be practising with the old P2 and P3 solomon papers?. as far as i know the content of P1,P2 and P3 were redistributed into the new C1-C4 modules.
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