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    (Original post by Maths is Life)
    Well - what exam board are you taking?
    If you're in the C3 practice process that's brilliant.
    Everyone is different. Personally don't bother with a revision timetable. Revise when it suits you and make sure it's productive/efficient/intense.

    Speed is key.
    Make no mistakes.
    My exam board is edexcel. This year im doing c3 c4 s2, we dont get a choice to switch the 3rd module, at the start of as maths we were asked to chose either Stats or Mechanics as our 3rd module along with core. S2 i dont find too bad, im just not sure on how much time i should spend on c4 and s2 from now till exams.
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    My exam board is edexcel. This year im doing c3 c4 s2, we dont get a choice to switch the 3rd module, at the start of as maths we were asked to chose either Stats or Mechanics as our 3rd module along with core. S2 i dont find too bad, im just not sure on how much time i should spend on c4 and s2 from now till exams.
    i wud say 25-27 hours daily
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    Thats amazing, seriously good job! Can i ask how u went about revising and doing papers? Like your weekly timetable and whatnot. Ive only revised about 2 chapters of c4 and 2 chapters of s2 so far, so i cant start papers. C3 as i mentioned earlier ive covered all the content and im in the process of doing papers.
    Thanks for your reply
    yeah seriously!!
 
 
 
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