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    Is one month enough for past papers for these subjects? Maths, further Maths, economics and physics.
    plan on starting in April i am aiming for 95% UMS
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    2 months is more than enough, if you believe in yourself! Seriously though, start working now!

    Good Luck!
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    (Original post by TheTechnoGuy)
    2 months is more than enough, if you believe in yourself! Seriously though, start working now!

    Good Luck!
    Ok..
    Thanks

    Any other opinions preferably A2 Students
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    (Original post by Acrux)
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    Impossible to answer, no one can tell you what grades you will get
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    It's more about the quality of the time you put in than anything else. No one can say whether one month is enough or not. Just make sure you're thorough and committed when you do go over the papers and you should achieve the best grades you're capable of.
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    do the maths yourself, you should be capable of that. Count how many papers exist and divide by the amount of days you are willing to do them then see how many is required to do a day. Sorted.
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    (Original post by Bobjim12)
    do the maths yourself, you should be capable of that. Count how many papers exist and divide by the amount of days you are willing to do them then see how many is required to do a day. Sorted.
    8 papers a day
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    (Original post by Acrux)
    8 papers a day
    lolwat, how many days are you willing to do out of the 60-90 days till exam period?
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    (Original post by Bobjim12)
    lolwat, how many days are you willing to do out of the 60-90 days till exam period?
    I plan on spending 30 days or so (April) on papers only
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    It'd be better to start now. Then you can do twice as much.
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    (Original post by Acrux)
    8 papers a day
    Its not a requirement to do every single paper, and after a while it becomes pretty pointless
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    (Original post by Acrux)
    I plan on spending 30 days or so (April) on papers only
    Well then that's not enough time to do every paper....
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    Ok
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    You better start working right now if you want to do every paper
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    (Original post by Acrux)
    Is one month enough for past papers for these subjects? Maths, further Maths, economics and physics.
    plan on starting in April i am aiming for 95% UMS
    Are you doing AS or A2?
    I'm doing exactly the same subjects as you, maybe we could help each other out some time
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    Well if you're doing edexcel maths, fm and econ. The exams are quite squashed in May so you should start now - the essay questions in econ are pretty much the same as the ones in the old spec so you should have more than enough resources for them. I dont do physics so I cant really say much lol
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    (Original post by aadil10)
    Are you doing AS or A2?
    I'm doing exactly the same subjects as you, maybe we could help each other out some time
    AS

    (Original post by HarunH1)
    Well if you're doing edexcel maths, fm and econ. The exams are quite squashed in May so you should start now - the essay questions in econ are pretty much the same as the ones in the old spec so you should have more than enough resources for them. I dont do physics so I cant really say much lol
    wouldn't April be enough and few days into May
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    (Original post by Acrux)
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    wouldn't April be enough and few days into May
    You don't need to do all the papers, it is much more important that you know all the content than it is to have done all the papers
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    (Original post by samb1234)
    You don't need to do all the papers, it is much more important that you know all the content than it is to have done all the papers
    how many papers will suffice then for 95% ums?
 
 
 
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