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    (Original post by MaleVip)
    Everyone is like do past papers..but how can i do the past papers when I haven't even finished the module!
    finish the module first but dont worry at this stage about knowing every method off by heart (as youll only forget them). The past paper stage (april onward maybe) is when you actually get exam prepared. Just focus on understanding for now
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    (Original post by MaleVip)
    kkboyk,Thank You a million for your suggestions! I will pray for you kids, :P!
    Anyway, I will put it to use right away.
    However, when doing past paper questions, do I literally print one whole past paper and only do 2 relevant question and dig for releavent question paper by paper? Is that a typical way of practicing past questions?.
    I used to just go on Physics and Maths tutor (has questions and every resources for ALL maths modules), and printed of the past paper questions by topic booklet and did it at home (I found lessons to be so pointless, so I did those booklets there instead).
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    Hey, guys, I will like to thank you all. I followed this method and it worked miracles.I just ended up with A*AAA Math,FurtherM,Chem,Physic.
    Thanks Agian!
 
 
 
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