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    So exams are coming up pretty soon and I think it's the right time to start revising.

    I'm struggling with maths at the moments, especially with core. I'm okay with statistics but that's because my statistics teacher is so much better than core. I know I have c1 exam on January 10th, which i'm stressing about alot, my other subjects are fine. It's just that I feel I'm not coping well with maths,I'm okay with the differentiation, integration and sequences stuff but I'm not really clicking with the graphs and functions etc.

    What would be the best way to prepare for the exam? just going through my whole edexcel core book from now to the exam and past papers, or are they're other ways which can help to revise?
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    Just doing past papers is probably best. With most A Level exams, C1 being a very good example of this, the exact same type of questions come up year after year.
    If you can fully understand, say, 3 past papers, then there will most likely be nothing you haven't seen before on this year's exam. (But of course, do as many past papers as you can!)
 
 
 
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