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    I've recently had a few of those end of topic tests in my skl and I do practise Qs and everything but I just don't seem to be getting those top marks...
    I do OCR so I do the exercises in the textbook, but that doesn't seem to be working out for me.
    Can anyone who did/or is doing FP1 share some tips and resources?
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    Communication: explicitly say every assumption you make, every "Let x =...". Use proper notation for clarity: \Rightarrow, \Longleftrightarrow are both good symbols for proofs. End your proofs with "QED", or better denoted as \Box.Use words when doing work to explain to the examiner what you're doing. Clarity is key.

    In terms of content, try get your hands on the use of MEI Integral, which is an amazing resource for all exam boards. Failing that, Google some resources and do some research. Use different questions from different exam boards. Do an exam paper and mark your own work corresponding exactly to the mark scheme, and you will develop mark scheme techniques.
 
 
 
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