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    I've been revising a fair amount and done a few past papers. It seems that the exams are more about memorising key words on mark schemes than actually knowing the content. Sure the majority of the time the two go hand in hand, but for some questions you could answer correctly and not get the mark.

    Is this generally true for the exam itself? Or have I just been unlucky with past papers?
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    Try and use terminology as close to the mark scheme as possible.

    This exam is so :sigh:
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    I will try and use as much of the terminology as I can.
 
 
 
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