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    Just a motivational thread for myself to keep track of work.
    Exams/Target UMS
    C1 - 100
    C2 - 100
    C3 - 100
    S1 - 95 (the written questions x.x)
    Further Maths:
    FP1 - 100
    M1 - 100
    M2 - 100
    Breadth - 90
    Depth - 90
    Breadth - 90
    Depth - 90

    Sciences are a bit hard to revise for, new spec OCR so not much past papers to use, just going through the old spec ones at the moment.
    If anyone has tips on the new spec it would be greatly appreciated, as well as how to answer S1 questions which require explanation.

    For uni I hope to do Chemical Engineering/Natural Sciences/Maths with Physics (still undecided).

    Hope to start Physics Electricity papers this weekend as it's my weakest area at the moment.
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    Today -
    Physics - Electricity Papers June 2013, Jan 2013, June 2014
    Maths - C3 June 2015, S1 June 2015
    Chemistry - F321 June 2015

    Haha, FP1 is fun. I do S1 and S2, funnily enough S2 feels easier than S1. The explanation questions are easier if you just break them down and actually think in the context of the question. I'm just used to just skim reading the scenario and finding the numbers and then do the math.

    Physics is gonna kill me (Electricity is fun!)
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