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    The thing is that I have my exams starting in may, and I felt prepared before I had just completed one of my mocks .I feel as if though when it comes to revising that I understand topics ,however when I actually get into the exam hall the questions throw me off .Now I know this is AS and I should be prepared for this challenge however I just dot know how to overcome the wording issue .I have had this problem for a long time ,nonetheless I was able to get good gcse results .Please help , as I don't intend to fail this year
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    you just have to keep doing past papers until your use to them. you have a month now and your meant to be doing past papers now anyway. i say, just keep going through them. Time yourself and give it to your teacher to mark.
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    You could also try past paper questions and using the mark scheme, mark the answers yourself. This helps you to familiarise yourself with what the examiners expect from you.
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    I do chemistry, biology, maths and further maths .What would you say is the most effective method to go over chemistry aside from making notes
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    (Original post by 10Jam01)
    You could also try past paper questions and using the mark scheme, mark the answers yourself. This helps you to familiarise yourself with what the examiners expect from you.
    Thank you very much
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    (Original post by noey123)
    you just have to keep doing past papers until your use to them. you have a month now and your meant to be doing past papers now anyway. i say, just keep going through them. Time yourself and give it to your teacher to mark.
    Thank you very much
 
 
 
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