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    If its calculation subject i think there's no limit to it. But for essays, i dont think you can do much. But just make sure you check them.


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    I wouldn't say there is a maximum, but spread them out from now until your exam - it makes better revision!
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    HAHAHA a maximum number of past papers - WOAH DON'T DARE TO ATTEMPT ANY MORE THAN 3 PAST PAPERS IN THE SAME PERIOD OF 24 HOURS OR ELSE YOU'LL EXPLODE.

    In seriousness do as many as you want at any one time (although preferably at a time reasonable close to the exam, say 1-2 months away) as long as you do them all by the time the exam comes around.
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    try to average pi number per day. The closer you get to that, the more rounded your mathematical knowledge will be
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    (Original post by Stevo112)
    try to average pi number per day
    HOHO OH **** - Stevo strikes again!

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