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    I've left myself 3 days to revise the entire C2 (OCR) module, i'm working on a D is it possible to push my grade up to a B in three days??
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    Use your time efficiently, try to cover the topics you find your weakest then move on from there. Good luck it is very stressful but worth the effort and work.

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    Do the hell out of past papers and learn the mark scheme answers to past questions off by heart! Then read as much of your textbooks as possible.


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    (Original post by meliasanderson)
    I've left myself 3 days to revise the entire C2 (OCR) module, i'm working on a D is it possible to push my grade up to a B in three days??
    Yes, it's always possible, just get your head down, practice as many papers as you can, try to keep calm because you'll revise a whole lot more effectively if you do! Good luck! Go for it!


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    Thank you all so much! This encouragement is great motivation
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    I just revised C1 (Edexcel) the night or two beforehand and pretty sure I have 74/75 or so. The key being to not get too stressed!
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    You will be absolutely fine! I also did only 1 solid night of revision for C1 and feel I did pretty well. Do past papers - I find that if I can't do a question it's better to look for the answer on examsolutions because the mark schemes tend to miss out lines of working.

    past papers are 100% the best way to revise for maths!
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    1. study all relevant content until you are confident that all information is absorbed
    2. if no new past papers exist go to 1 else go to 3
    3. take new past paper
    4. if your mark is lower than 100% go to 1 otherwise go to 5
    5. write schedule of reminders to maintain current level of knowledge
    6. adhere to schedule
 
 
 
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