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    Right so basically, this time 2 weeks ago my mind would have been fresh full of C2.

    Now after doing the C1 exam yesterday, I feel like my mind is still with C1. So how should I go about preparing for C2 exam? I am debating with myself if I should do mixed exercises or if I should do past papers. With past papers I have already done most, however I generally score around 55, so yeah. IDK man need some advice.

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    Right so basically, this time 2 weeks ago my mind would have been fresh full of C2.

    Now after doing the C1 exam yesterday, I feel like my mind is still with C1. So how should I go about preparing for C2 exam? I am debating with myself if I should do mixed exercises or if I should do past papers. With past papers I have already done most, however I generally score around 55, so yeah. IDK man need some advice.

    This is in the chat section because we are going to "chat" about maths, roll safe
    If you have already done most past papers and you still get around 55, doesn't that mean you are insane? No I'm just joking lol.

    What you need to do when doing past papers, once you are finished and marked, look for which topics you lost the marks on. After you know which topics you lost the marks on, then you basically know your weakness's. Now what I always do when I find my topics that I'm weak on. I'm make them the best topics I know, I find out everything there is to know about those topics and understand them fully making them my strongest topics, then repeat. After just 3 past papers (if done correctly) you should be unstoppable, that's ultimately how you are going to get the A and the A*.
 
 
 
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