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    is 4 weeks before the start of my exams enough?
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    (Original post by blessed107)
    is 4 weeks before the start of my exams enough?
    No that's not enough I am so very sorry but you can kiss goodbye to those grades you were hoping for. I really do apologise for having to tell you this awful news but you sir are completely screwed have fun in mcdonalds...
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    No that's not enough I am so very sorry but you can kiss goodbye to those grades you were hoping for. I really do apologise for having to tell you this awful news but you sir are completely screwed have fun in mcdonalds...
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    that's more than enough - what are you gonna do in those 4 weeks tho? past papers?
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    I try and aim for the day of the exam
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    (Original post by samina_ay)
    that's more than enough - what are you gonna do in those 4 weeks tho? past papers?
    no i would have done all the past papers and revision 4 weeks before my exams
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    (Original post by blessed107)
    no i would have done all the past papers and revision 4 weeks before my exams
    that isn't wise, i'd say stop revising notes 2 weeks before your exams, then in the next two weeks - do all past papers possible and revisit hard topics. and don't miss out any details
 
 
 
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