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    Okay, I received my mock trial grade for Maths and I got a U. A bloody U. I've never gotten one before and I'm predicted A grades. I admit, I hadn't done a lot of revision, but out of all the questions I did in past papers, the ones in the exam were way harder. If anyone has any tips or advice, please help me
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    Okay, I received my mock trial grade for Maths and I got a U. A bloody U. I've never gotten one before and I'm predicted A grades. I admit, I hadn't done a lot of revision, but out of all the questions I did in past papers, the ones in the exam were way harder. If anyone has any tips or advice, please help me
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    (Original post by Angilinei)
    Okay, I received my mock trial grade for Maths and I got a U. A bloody U. I've never gotten one before and I'm predicted A grades. I admit, I hadn't done a lot of revision, but out of all the questions I did in past papers, the ones in the exam were way harder. If anyone has any tips or advice, please help me
    Do QUESTIONS QUESTIONS and even more QUESTIONS. First of all, go through your exercise book and ensure you understand everything, and then do questions. There is no magic trick, just practice. The problem here is that you're not used to exam questions so you should focus on doing more of them.
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    Keep on top of work and regulate revision. Do a past paper every week. Maths and Physics tutor website is great for me - they have good revision question booklets. When you are all prepared ask your maths teacher to do another mock in the classroom in your free time. This is what I'm going to do as I have a feeling my mock grade won't be very good either. Try not to stress

    (Original post by Angilinei)
    Okay, I received my mock trial grade for Maths and I got a U. A bloody U. I've never gotten one before and I'm predicted A grades. I admit, I hadn't done a lot of revision, but out of all the questions I did in past papers, the ones in the exam were way harder. If anyone has any tips or advice, please help me
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    (Original post by Angilinei)
    Okay, I received my mock trial grade for Maths and I got a U. A bloody U. I've never gotten one before and I'm predicted A grades. I admit, I hadn't done a lot of revision, but out of all the questions I did in past papers, the ones in the exam were way harder. If anyone has any tips or advice, please help me
    To be honest I think I have failed the Edexcel 2016 C3 paper too assuming you're A2 as it was pretty difficult but my way of dealing with it is to revise even more than i did for the mock AFTERWARDS. :D hope I could help!
 
 
 
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