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    This is definitely the wrong place to post this question, I know.
    As the title of the exam suggests, do you personally do section A or section B first?
    I do section B because I find that by the time I've finished section A, I'm too exhausted and can't think of how to answer the q's.
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    (Original post by ForebodingAngel)
    This is definitely the wrong place to post this question, I know.
    As the title of the exam suggests, do you personally do section A or section B first?
    I do section B because I find that by the time I've finished section A, I'm too exhausted and can't think of how to answer the q's.
    I d always go for whichever bit loss easiest first.
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    (Original post by ForebodingAngel)
    This is definitely the wrong place to post this question, I know.
    As the title of the exam suggests, do you personally do section A or section B first?
    I do section B because I find that by the time I've finished section A, I'm too exhausted and can't think of how to answer the q's.
    A - it's probably more practical to go for B, but the orderly freak inside of me comes out during exams.
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    Usually chronologically once I've planned all my Qs.

    They say you should always do hardest Qs first, to stop you tiring, but as I plan and personally rarely find any Qs substantially harder, I do A-B.
 
 
 

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