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    I am panicking; I underestimated the time I needed to spend on Maths. I'm doing 7 modules this year because I am doing Further Maths, so I hardly did any Biology or Chemistry. I'm trying to make up for the time but it means I'll be one week behind my revision timetable. Ahhhh. Anyone want to give some good advice? My first exams are C1 and S1 which are on the 13th of May, as far as I remember. I'm done with C1, C2, C3 and all but the last 2 chapters of S1, and I revised M1 at Christmas because I was having a bit of trouble over it. I haven't started M2 or C4 yet though and I'm doing AEA and STEP 1.
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    Just relax and continue revising. If you can find extra time to fit in some more revising then great, but if not don't work yourself up. Just be confident in what you know.
 
 
 
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