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    How should I use past papers for the 9-1 gcses
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    There's no 'one way'. You can use them as a general question bank on an ad hoc basis, to practice exam-style questions and get familiar with what will be expected of you in the exam. You can also use a whole paper as a mock exam during your revision immediately before you take your exams so you can practice your timings.
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    How should I use past papers for the 9-1 gcses
    Hey!

    As far as I'm aware, the new syllabii don't have past papers (i'm on the new A levels so I feel with you on that) but some of the old GCSE papers can be good revision with regards to learning content. Give them a go, bearing in mind it might not be similar to the layout of your exams, and learn from them
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