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    Hi so I have my mechanics m1 exam Friday and I'm seriously struggling so much when In c1 c2 and s1 I had aba so I'm expecting a lot of myself, I'm finding moments and lamina particularly hard has anyone got any tips they could share please? Thankyou x x x
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    Hi so I have my mechanics m1 exam Friday and I'm seriously struggling so much when In c1 c2 and s1 I had aba so I'm expecting a lot of myself, I'm finding moments and lamina particularly hard has anyone got any tips they could share please? Thankyou x x x
    i had mine and i got 100%. Do atleast 2 papers a day. i recommend solomon papers and edexcel ones. Solomons are much harder but prepare you much more. Time yourself do the papers like in real conditions. But before you do all of that make sure all of your content is done ect. Do it properly like a real exam then mark and try to figure out you weaknesses. !? 😃😉


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    Hi so I have my mechanics m1 exam Friday and I'm seriously struggling so much when In c1 c2 and s1 I had aba so I'm expecting a lot of myself, I'm finding moments and lamina particularly hard has anyone got any tips they could share please? Thankyou x x x
    Moments are easy just do anti clockwise = clockwise and about the papers only do them if your sitting exexcel obviously lol


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    Make sure you know all the basic concepts like Newton's laws, and apart from that the best thing you can do is as many past papers and practice questions as you can get your hands on. When you get a question wrong, make sure you understand what you did wrong so you can correct it next time a similar question comes up.
 
 
 
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