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1. C2 log questions are really complicated and I have just a month to be able to do any log question, so how can I learn to do them, I know practicing is the best way but I can't even do some of the questions

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2. (Original post by am99)
C2 log questions are really complicated and I have just a month to be able to do any log question, so how can I learn to do them, I know practicing is the best way but I can't even do some of the questions

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Watch some videos on Utube
3. (Original post by am99)
C2 log questions are really complicated and I have just a month to be able to do any log question, so how can I learn to do them, I know practicing is the best way but I can't even do some of the questions

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Watch videos on ExamSolutions.net

He teaches them really well, it's not very hard either :P
4. I haven't seen the exam solution videos but I will watch them today, the problem I have is actually applying the laws to the really hard questions as it can get complicated

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5. (Original post by am99)
I haven't seen the exam solution videos but I will watch them today, the problem I have is actually applying the laws to the really hard questions as it can get complicated

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Ahhh back in the days of logs, good times..

I struggled a lot with logs too but the rules for logs are literally the same as the rules for indices (that's what I used to help me anyway) and practice log questions a lot!!
Ahhh back in the days of logs, good times..

I struggled a lot with logs too but the rules for logs are literally the same as the rules for indices (that's what I used to help me anyway) and practice log questions a lot!!
Okay thank you, I will print out every log question from all the past papers on Monday and attempt to do it

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7. (Original post by am99)
Okay thank you, I will print out every log question from all the past papers on Monday and attempt to do it

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And if you get them wrong do check examsolutions like the others have suggested, oh and don't worry too much about it, just keep a level head and get through as many questions as you can. I also couldn't do logs for the majority of the year but once you get your head around it, it makes much more sense
And if you get them wrong do check examsolutions like the others have suggested, oh and don't worry too much about it, just keep a level head and get through as many questions as you can. I also couldn't do logs for the majority of the year but once you get your head around it, it makes much more sense
Thank you, and I will

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9. (Original post by am99)
I haven't seen the exam solution videos but I will watch them today, the problem I have is actually applying the laws to the really hard questions as it can get complicated

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try and have some sort of hierarchy in your head about which ones you find easiest and which are the most difficult

when you start not to understand it, try youtube or go to the exam board website and read mark schemes for log questions

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