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    ello all Basically I only got one week until my mock exams. It's not that I haven't been revising but I still need to do loads of revision and I haven't got much time. I am doing AS bio, chem, maths and psychology. but as we all know mock exams always tend to just consist of past paper questions. So I was planning to just leave my revision and everything now and just do AS MANY past papers as possible for every single subject. I wanna do medicine, so obviously wanna do really well in my mocks. I am pretty sure i can still do really well in my mocks by just doing past paper questions as the mocks consist of past paper questions anyway? (wanna get full marks on all my mocks lol )
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    You still have to do a lot of revision and your exams a week away.. Yet you're still expecting to hit full marks..
    That's not happening I'm afraid.
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    What are you asking here? If it's if just would past papers be enough then you really need a good grasp on the content aswell because you'll never have seen the paper before and you don't know what they'll throw at you
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    I'm not sure what you're asking
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    What exactly are you asking?
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    (Original post by frances98)
    What are you asking here? If it's if just would past papers be enough then you really need a good grasp on the content aswell because you'll never have seen the paper before and you don't know what they'll throw at you
    No basically I have my mock exams, they are not real exams and my teachers have told me they will consist of past paper questions
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    I'm not sure what you're asking
    Sorry for not being really clear, basically i have my mock exams next week and my teachers told me the mock exams will consist of past paper questions. So they have taken questions from past papers to create the mock exam. And as I dont have enough time to revise everything, I will be better off just doing past paper questions right? Because its highly likely I will see the same questions in my mock exam?
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    What exactly are you asking?


    Sorry for not being really clear, basically i have my mock exams next week and my teachers told me the mock exams will consist of past paper questions. So they have taken questions from past papers to create the mock exam. And as I dont have enough time to revise everything, I will be better off just doing past paper questions right? Because its highly likely I will see the same questions in my mock exam?
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    (Original post by WahidaR)
    Sorry for not being really clear, basically i have my mock exams next week and my teachers told me the mock exams will consist of past paper questions. So they have taken questions from past papers to create the mock exam. And as I dont have enough time to revise everything, I will be better off just doing past paper questions right? Because its highly likely I will see the same questions in my mock exam?
    That would make the the test futile.
    That's effectively cheating. The purpose of the mock is to see what you know.
 
 
 
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