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    possible to do all the c2 questions in the edexcel textbook by the 10th of may? thanks
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    (Original post by upthegunners)
    possible to do all the c2 questions in the edexcel textbook by the 10th of may? thanks
    Yes, although imo you'd be better off doing past papers but meh
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    (Original post by Felix Felicis)
    Yes, although imo you'd be better off doing past papers but meh
    really? I have heard people say that they just did every question in the textbook and 1 or 2 pastpapers and got 90+ UMS ...
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    Go on www.examsolutions.net and do all of the tutorials and past papers it will help you much more and take much less time.
    Plus most questions in the book are nothing like they are in an exam so past papers are much better revision tools


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    (Original post by Johnathon16)
    Go on www.examsolutions.net and do all of the tutorials and past papers it will help you much more and take much less time.
    Plus most questions in the book are nothing like they are in an exam so past papers are much better revision tools


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    I have already looked at all his videos I could probably get a high B right now but I really need to wrap it all together . how would you say is the best way to do it?
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    Just do like 5-10 varied questions of each topic
    Though I'll stick with past papers, C2 i find is slightly easier than c1 in a way


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    (Original post by Jkizer)
    Just do like 5-10 varied questions of each topic
    Though I'll stick with past papers, C2 i find is slightly easier than c1 in a way


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    someone who agrees that C2 is easier! I think the exact same
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    Do the mixed exercises
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    (Original post by Jkizer)
    Just do like 5-10 varied questions of each topic
    Though I'll stick with past papers, C2 i find is slightly easier than c1 in a way


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    Same here, I've found C2 loads easier than c1 for some reason


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    (Original post by upthegunners)
    I have already looked at all his videos I could probably get a high B right now but I really need to wrap it all together . how would you say is the best way to do it?
    Just try and go through past papers off the website and maybes the big review exercises in the textbook.

    I think past papers would help more just to get used to question formats but each to their own. His explanations of past papers on the website are helpful too


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    Of course.
 
 
 
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