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    what is your revision plan for maths?? What are planning to do before c3 c4 and for me m2? How do you divide your time equally? Im really struggling to that
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    Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you’ve posted in the right place? Posting in the specific Study Help forum should help get responses.

    I'm going to quote in Puddles the Monkey now so she can move your thread to the right place if it's needed. :yy:

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    what is your revision plan for maths?? What are planning to do before c3 c4 and for me m2? How do you divide your time equally? Im really struggling to that
    Havent you already had M2? Anyway for revision just do past papers, ive never done anything else and it is was my teachers recommend, getting better at maths comes with practice.
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    Havent you already had M2? Anyway for revision just do past papers, ive never done anything else and it is was my teachers recommend, getting better at maths comes with practice.
    M2 is in the 9th of June. Yeah I just want to know how many past papers a day. I am aiming for an A*
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    M2 is in the 9th of June. Yeah I just want to know how many past papers a day. I am aiming for an A*
    Depends how much you want it and what/where you want to go to uni. For my M2 on 13th May I did every M2 Paper from 2006 -> 2014 over twice, I am extremely glad I did, after coming out of what lots seemed to find a nigh impossible exam where my only mistake where I will lose 1 mark max 2 was misreading a mass in a question.
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    (Original post by Jai Sandhu)
    Depends how much you want it and what/where you want to go to uni. For my M2 on 13th May I did every M2 Paper from 2006 -> 2014 over twice, I am extremely glad I did, after coming out of what lots seemed to find a nigh impossible exam where my only mistake where I will lose 1 mark max 2 was misreading a mass in a question.
    what board do you do? and why did you do the papers twice?
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    what board do you do? and why did you do the papers twice?
    OCR and I did them twice because I want to be ready for any type of question plus make sure ive nailed the method for how to do every type of question, you never remember the exact answer to questions, remembering methods is a good thing.
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    OCR and I did them twice because I want to be ready for any type of question plus make sure ive nailed the method for how to do every type of question, you never remember the exact answer to questions, remembering methods is a good thing.
    Oh i was asking because there are already so many papers to practice with edexcel
    from 2001 to 2014 and them bronze silver and gold and then solomon A to L
    there's like 50 and I'm freaking out because i dont know if i have time to finish them all!
 
 
 
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