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    Would love to get your opinion.
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    At A.S., nah.
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    Only in so far as you can gauge your progress and get the proverbial kick in the backside to pull socks up. Not sure about A levels but I'm pretty sure getting good mock results help with any appeals in the Scottish system.
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    They don't really

    But at times they're important because they do reflect what grade you are on (unless you don't bother with them) and how you can improve
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    See, doing my A2 mocks right now. Had a philosophy one yesterday which I stayed up till 3 in the morning studying for. I just dunno if they're worth this kind of effort. I have one tomorrow and one on Friday

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    They matter as much as you want them to. if you want to take them seriously they can be useful to assess what you do and don't understand (so in some ways it is sometimes useful to do mocks with minimal revision, especially in subjects like maths, as you then get a sense of what topics you actually understand and which ones you need to spend time on to develop the required understanding), but apart from that and building confidence they aren't massively important unless you want them to be
 
 
 
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