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    Okay so my first exam is on wednesday and I was wondering about starting it from the last question whether it would make the paper seem easier or not.

    Has anyone tried this? if so did it help?

    I always plan on doing this. Go to the back, start panicking and then flip straight back to the front

    I prefer to get into the flow of things with the easy questions which are usually towards the front of the paper I guess.

    i have do this in the past, it helped a little but not that much. it up to you. but make sure you start from the being of each qustion, as you may miss bit which help you

    I used to do this with the essay subjects, like begin with the essay so I can get the information out of my head, while doing the applied skills questions later
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