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Hi all,

So I have mocks after half term and considering my last mocks were absolutely awful (1A* 1A 1B 4 C's and 1D) I'm really scared for these set of mocks. I don't do well under pressure situations and have stopped going to netball practise until after the mocks. I feel like there is no time to fit everything in.

Someone please advice me on how to handle this?!


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(Original post by _chloeematt)
Hi all,

So I have mocks after half term and considering my last mocks were absolutely awful (1A* 1A 1B 4 C's and 1D) I'm really scared for these set of mocks. I don't do well under pressure situations and have stopped going to netball practise until after the mocks. I feel like there is no time to fit everything in.

Someone please advice me on how to handle this?!


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What did you learn from the mocks about your strengths and weaknesses? It would be ideal if you figured that out, or got feedback from your teacher, so that you can shape your learning from there.

The best thing to do is to just 'revise' the content and then do past papers. As your exams are after half term you may not have a huge amount of time to do this, so perhaps you could look at when your mocks are and choose what to revise based on that?
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How about going through your last mock papers and see the mistakes you made, and see why you went wrong. After that, do a similar question on the same topic and see if you get it right. If you do, you've conquered the topic!
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