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    My AS C1 exam is less than two weeks away and I am so unprepared. Can anyone give me some advice
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    Are there any areas you are finding difficult to learn? My best advice would be to go through some past papers, learning the material as you meet it in the papers (so open book), working on the parts you find more tricky, and saving some past papers to do without any notes as well.
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    examsolutions.net - every single past paper question with videos explaining how to do each question. Good luck!
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    Mate, dont waste your time watching videos. The only way to learn maths is to do maths, plunge yourself in past papers and come out with knowledge
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    (Original post by Katieorr040798)
    My AS C1 exam is less than two weeks away and I am so unprepared. Can anyone give me some advice
    Write "+c" on your hand.
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    http://www.examsolutions.net/
    Use this find you exam board and make sure you understand everything
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    (Original post by ombtom)
    Write "+c" on your hand.
    L To the O to the L
    I am going to do this, wonder if i'd get in trouble for it though
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    Maths is about mastering the art of the exam paper
 
 
 
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