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    Hi, soon i'll be starting my journey to complete all past papers and solomon papers before my exams and inwas just wondering if anyone would advise me to do the solomon papers first or the past papers first, of you have an opinion could you please post with elaboration?
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    When is your first exam?
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    The solomon papers are more difficult than the actual past papers so i'd recommend starting off with the past papers and starting the solomon papers once you feel confident with these. You could save a few normal past papers to do after having done the solomon papers because these will probably seem easier by then in comparison. Hope that makes sense.
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    (Original post by RezzBerry)
    When is your first exam?
    8th June - M1. May i ask why?

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    The solomon papers are more difficult than the actual past papers so i'd recommend starting off with the past papers and starting the solomon papers once you feel confident with these. You could save a few normal past papers to do after having done the solomon papers because these will probably seem easier by then in comparison. Hope that makes sense.
    Yeah thats what i was thinking, but my teachers are saying that they think we should do the solomon ones first so that the past papers are easy for us by the time we get to them. I think ill do it this way though because i think the solomon ones will be too difficult for me right now.
 
 
 
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