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    Any idea how much time I should spend on each question?
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    (Original post by SamSp123)
    Any idea how much time I should spend on each question?
    Is this AQA?
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    Sorry, I should have said. This is the IGCSE exam tomorrow, I think the exam board is something like CIE
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    Sorry, I should have said. This is the IGCSE exam tomorrow, I think the exam board is something like CIE
    Question one- 45 minutes
    Question two- 25 minutes
    Question three- 45 minutes
    At least, this is what I was told by my teacher. (I would also recommend doing them in three, one, two order as this way if you run out of time you won't lose too many marks)
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    Any idea how much time I should spend on each question?
    Watch this https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hWVOVR8qiIM
    And this
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0GWucfA3Xr0
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    thank you everyone
 
 
 
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