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Also write tips and how you managed to get whatever grade you got.
Whatever is done, is done and worrying about solutions and correct numbers and questions is really unnecessary. Just focus on your remaining subjects and try to avoid stressing too much.
Listening to relaxing music helps a lot, working out, and definitely taking breaks.
Oh and by the way, there's always curving with the marks.
If you lost a few marks, it probably won't even matter
I'd more or less given up on getting a good grade in the subject and did 20 mins revision for each paper (PYA2 and PYA3) by briefly flicking through the textbooks I had and picking out a few bits and pieces that I thought might be useful.
Didn't feel particularly amazing after the exam, and had a nice surprise on results day...
197 marks that I probably didn't deserve, but I wasn't about to complain.
At GCSE I got an A* in French and Geography and an A in German didn't do much revision and thought I'd just have to fAce the music and BS my way through but then night before the exam they just clicked.
Can't say that's happened at A level yet...
GCSE Law was probably the most miraculous thing to date. I did it in Year 10 and was so scared to be sitting my first REAL exam paper before anyone else in my year (well except for the other people doing Law of course!). I felt like I'd done so badly... Felt like I'd babbled on for most of it, using the same case about 3 times for different situations, and AMAZINGLY I got an A*. And I'm not sure it was because the exam had been dumbed down, as nearly everyone else got a U xD I think there were 2 A*s, 1 B, 2 Cs, 3 Ds and the rest Us. I don't know... maybe I'm just a worrier as I feel I do badly after quite a lot of exams lol. I was so shocked nonetheless.
O and never give up!
miracles in exams to come-need a couple to get an A in ict!!
This has nothing to do with revising however. They were just lucky papers - can't remember what paper 1 was, but paper 2 was writing a book review (I'd just finished a book the night before) and writing a letter to the council complaining about speeding (which I've already done in real life). So that's my personal exam miracle!