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    This seems like a MASSIVE waste of paper and completely unnecessary/easily-avoidable, but this is what I feel will benefit me the most.
    Since I am retaking AS maths (and also doing A2), I have to sit 6 exams for maths this year, and plan on getting an A*, or as close to as possible (obviously).
    Because of this, on the website 'physicsandmathstutor.com' I found documents including every single exam question from every single exam, separated into topics, and so, I have roughly 10 documents for each module (C1, C2, C3, C4, S1 & S2).
    Now, my dad (who is usually very supportive of my studies), has refused to help me on this occasion due to how much of a 'waste' it is and how unnecessary it is, however, I want to do everything to help me maximise my mark in maths, and I think this will be the most beneficial.
    I want to print out ALL of these, and make wirebound-packs of each module (not back-to-back). It is a total of 1523 pages...:/.
    My question is, where will I be able to do this for a relatively-reasonable price, as the paper only costs £2 p/500 pages?
    Thanks for any help
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    (Original post by mnaj123)
    This seems like a MASSIVE waste of paper and completely unnecessary/easily-avoidable, but this is what I feel will benefit me the most.
    Since I am retaking AS maths (and also doing A2), I have to sit 6 exams for maths this year, and plan on getting an A*, or as close to as possible (obviously).
    Because of this, on the website 'physicsandmathstutor.com' I found documents including every single exam question from every single exam, separated into topics, and so, I have roughly 10 documents for each module (C1, C2, C3, C4, S1 & S2).
    Now, my dad (who is usually very supportive of my studies), has refused to help me on this occasion due to how much of a 'waste' it is and how unnecessary it is, however, I want to do everything to help me maximise my mark in maths, and I think this will be the most beneficial.
    I want to print out ALL of these, and make wirebound-packs of each module (not back-to-back). It is a total of 1523 pages...:/.
    My question is, where will I be able to do this for a relatively-reasonable price, as the paper only costs £2 p/500 pages?
    Thanks for any help
    have you thought about editing the format of the page, so you have two pages per side of paper, and double sided? I do this every time I print off an exam paper, otherwise it really is excessive
 
 
 
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