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    Anyone did this? EDIT: This is GCSE
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    (Original post by polaritymolecule)
    Anyone did this?
    What exam board and what textbook?
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    (Original post by polaritymolecule)
    Anyone did this? EDIT: This is GCSE
    Seen as you edited it then yes, just do all the review exercises in your textbook and focus on what your worst at learning as you go along.
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    Surely it depends on how far away from an A you are? If you are a few marks away, it should be easily achievable.
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    (Original post by joeh342)
    What exam board and what textbook?
    ccea T3 and T6. T3 I wont revise for but I plan to revise 4 days solid with sleep for T6(the harder one) I have the exact text book the spec and a pile of new and old spec papers about 6foot high lol. Im repeating maths so dont have time to revise now. Maths GCSE is my last exam (after chemistry and physics Alevel) I got a B last year and Im repeating for the sake of it. I need to get that B to an A and havent opened a maths book since may last year haha
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    (Original post by Mr M)
    Surely it depends on how far away from an A you are? If you are a few marks away, it should be easily achievable.
    Its usually the 2 harder last questions where I fall, loosing 7/8 marks I can get pretty much all of the paper correct before that (on a good day)
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    (Original post by polaritymolecule)
    Its usually the 2 harder last questions where I fall, loosing 7/8 marks I can get pretty much all of the paper correct before that (on a good day)
    What kind of topics do you find hard?
 
 
 
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