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    who's scared for c1 and c2 papers this month i know i ammm
    share your study techniques!!!!
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    (Original post by kafianur)
    who's scared for c1 and c2 papers this month i know i ammm
    share your study techniques!!!!
    For C1 and C2 my study technique is just smashing out the madasmaths papers - they do wonders. Saying that, C1 is pathetically easy so you could probably get by with minimal revision for that... I wouldn't suggest it though
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    Good luck guys, and study hard
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    (Original post by iMacJack)
    For C1 and C2 my study technique is just smashing out the madasmaths papers - they do wonders. Saying that, C1 is pathetically easy so you could probably get by with minimal revision for that... I wouldn't suggest it though
    this is odd but i am more ready for the c2 exam than i am for the c1. lets just all pray we pass
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    (Original post by kafianur)
    this is odd but i am more ready for the c2 exam than i am for the c1. lets just all pray we pass
    That's how it should be.
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    (Original post by kafianur)
    this is odd but i am more ready for the c2 exam than i am for the c1. lets just all pray we pass
    I don't think we need to worry about that haha


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    Ah I remember the days. Although with me the exams were split across the year. So I did C1 in January, C2 and D1 (I think) in May/June.

    Revising for them was pretty straightforward. Practice papers, make sure you understand the ideas and content and not just how to answer questions. I found C1 and C2 really simple, with near perfect marks on each I think. Second year ramped up the difficulty exponentially though (see what I did there). The harder it gets the less you want to focus on just doing papers and really need to understand what you're doing and why you're doing it. Extrapolate the process, not just the method of answering a question.

    When C3 and C4 come around you need to have a good foundation in C1/2 to do well. In particular for me C4 built on a lot of stuff in C3, making it more advanced. I was with AQA IIRC, not sure which board you have though so the same may not apply.

    Good luck and make sure you relax. Take time to chill as well as revising.
 
 
 
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