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    hello Tsr my exams are near and i know past papers are the best method of revision unfortunately i have not covered the physics syllabus and i cant seem to do past papers well.Do i have to do them in exam condition my exams are near and if i just study off the syllabus i wont have enough time for past papers :/ i really want a B or A

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    its important to cover the syllabus, juts agree to cover it in a fixed time bweteen now and the exams i.e get through it as fast as you cna y 2-3 weeks before the exam.

    If it was 3 weeks o go then id do half study and half exam papers- maube with your books and not timed, Try just a few questions 45 min answers or however many minutes is proportionate for the marks given.

    1. with books untimed
    2, with books but timed
    3. no books untimed
    4. timed and no books.

    Dont worry about not having enough time, that doesnt solve anything, just use what time you have left intelligently.
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