How many past paper do you do per subject Watch

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How many past paper do you in a day period subject???
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I don't work in days I work in deadlines. By the time my exam comes for each unit I will have done every single past paper and more - with regard to meeting that deadline, I've already done every Physics unit 1/2, Chemistry unit 1/2, M1, C1, C2 paper. I've still got FP1, S1, D1 to work on.
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I don't work in days I work in deadlines. By the time my exam comes for each unit I will have done every single past paper and more - with regard to meeting that deadline, I've already done every Physics unit 1/2, Chemistry unit 1/2, M1, C1, C2 paper. I've still got FP1, S1, D1 to work on.
You see all those papers you've done, when your exams come closer, do you redo the paper or do you just look over the paper you've done before?
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You see all those papers you've done, when your exams come closer, do you redo the paper or do you just look over the paper you've done before?
There are still Solomon papers for me to do nearer the time. And I look over the notes I made.
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There are still Solomon papers for me to do nearer the time. And I look over the notes I made.
I took the same subjects as you, maths physics chem, but not further maths.

For physics and chem, do you review the old past papers or try them again? I understand the content but exam technique is where I fail in physics. Is memorising the mark scheme a viable technique since I do understand the content but not exam application?
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(Original post by SheLikeTheMango)
I took the same subjects as you, maths physics chem, but not further maths.

For physics and chem, do you review the old past papers or try them again? I understand the content but exam technique is where I fail in physics. Is memorising the mark scheme a viable technique since I do understand the content but not exam application?
yeah maybe do them again
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All of them if I can. Especially for Maths.

Per day maybe one or two.. but by the time of the exam. I should have covered most of them!
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cover the material in the daytime nd do past papers in bed at night..... thats how i do them and it works for me
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