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    So I've been so caught up with my mock exams, homework, my job, training for my sport and music production that I've not had sufficient time to revise for my 2 sociology mock exams which are tomorrow. I've got education, then family in the afternoon. I can't revise anything at this moment as I've got the worst headache and I don't think I'm going to be able to get my thoughts straight til tomorrow morning. I'm more confident with the Education side of learning anyway (AQA is our exam board) - and Family I've got time between the two exams to revise for so I'm not freaking out about that, but the education one is 8:30am.

    has anyone got any tips for sociology exams in general, or indeed what to do if you totally blank out in an exam?
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    I think you could make up statistics but not to out there ones
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    Okay good idea thanks


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