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    What are the easiest things to self learn and what should i avoid? Using exam soloutions and (solution bank to get questions as I don't have the C3 book).

    Also should I try self learn S2 or just C3 for now?
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    What are the easiest things to self learn and what should i avoid? Using exam soloutions and (solution bank to get questions as I don't have the C3 book).

    Also should I try self learn S2 or just C3 for now?
    If you want to teach your self; use your time WISELY.
    I tried to last summer but electronics can be a bit of a pain. I suggest using a revision guide to start off and once your confident go ahead and try some past papers. If you are then confident with them try to make yourself some questions which you think can come up in the exam and how you will tackle them. Also, don't stress it, your brain needs some rest (scientifically proven that your brain can only FULLY focus for 20 mins) and so take a 15 - 20 mins break regularly. And finally reward your self at the end of the day so your body knows if you work hard you will at the end enjoy yourself

    Good Luck with your learning!
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    Yeah, maths is one of the easier subjects to teach yourself compared to the sciences say.

    I'm planning to get as far as possible with C3 and C4 so as to free up time for my science subjects in Year 13. That way the C3/4 lessons next year are basically revision lessons.
 
 
 
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