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vinny2256
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Does anyone ever get a total mind blank when they are faced with THE paper in front of them. This happened today with my AS mock chemistry and I forgot everything! It was if a veil had come down over all the work I had learnt off. Its so sickening- panicing and writing down any old rubbish because I just nervoulsy, severely nervously skim the questions and write down any rubbish with shaking hands!

Please does anyone know how to stop this madness before biology mock on monday?!
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Yes calm down. Do past papers so much that it becomes second nature. Go to sleep later.
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(Original post by 2776)
Yes calm down. Do past papers so much that it becomes second nature. Go to sleep later.
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keep telling urself ur great before the exam, relax, breathe and keep encouraging urself...god i hate mind blanks! i get that a lot in maths and physic exams
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