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    In my first set of mocks I got a B, the rest c's, one D and 1 E but I hardly did any revision so I had no one to blame but myself! It is now my second set of mocks and in the weeks leading up I did a lot of revision but recently I have been feeling like I'm not doing enough but this may be because each night I have been focusing on subjects that I have exams in the next day but, what if I am not doing enough to get atleast B's?
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    In my first set of mocks I got a B, the rest c's, one D and 1 E but I hardly did any revision so I had no one to blame but myself! It is now my second set of mocks and in the weeks leading up I did a lot of revision but recently I have been feeling like I'm not doing enough but this may be because each night I have been focusing on subjects that I have exams in the next day but, what if I am not doing enough to get atleast B's?
    Then you'll have to find better ways to revise. Wait until you've done your mocks and you'll be able to see where you can improve. Also revising each night for the subjects I have the next day is the same as I do, it's in no way abnormal.

    Just relax, take a deep breath and try to do your best in your mocks right now. You can worry about the results when your teachers put them in front of you.

    Good luck with your mocks, if they aren't already over!
 
 
 
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