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    Yh so dont judge me cos I'll smash the hell outta C3 and C4 but I haven't revised enough for S1 and want to get the highest mark I can through revision from now until the exam at 9am.

    I have a basic understanding of S1 and I know all the formulas needed.

    What should I do to try and maximise the marks I can get?
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    (Original post by lordoftheties)
    Yh so dont judge me cos I'll smash the hell outta C3 and C4 but I haven't revised enough for S1 and want to get the highest mark I can through revision from now until the exam at 9am.

    I have a basic understanding of S1 and I know all the formulas needed.

    What should I do to try and maximise the marks I can get?
    lmao crunch a paper, correct your mistakes. Looking at the time you could logically do 1, 2 if you push yourself but that's just dumb. Might as well skim through the text book. The first half of S1 isn't that hard to grasp as well.
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    probably get a good night's sleep and do a bit of revision in the morning
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    If your edexcel just focus on probability and normal distribution, they are the topics where you are most likely gonna drop marks and can be tricky. Also do some discrete random variables if you havent done it, its really simple, basically free marks on a plate. Everything else should be okay if you have a basic understanding and know all the formulae, I think its too late to get like 90UMS, but you can probably get 60-80UMS, so if you really do smash C3 and C4 it should be fine.

    Hope I helped and good luck, I'm sitting the paper too
 
 
 
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