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    I am doing A level Geography and have gone over about 45 past papers. Now I only have 14 days left till my exam and plenty of unsolved past papers left. I was wondering if instead of attempting all the remaining past papers, should I just go over the mark schemes instead?
    I have a good grip on all the content and case studies by the way.
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    (Original post by M_ix)
    I am doing A level Geography and have gone over about 45 past papers. Now I only have 14 days left till my exam and plenty of unsolved past papers left. I was wondering if instead of attempting all the remaining past papers, should I just go over the mark schemes instead?
    I have a good grip on all the content and case studies by the way.
    Bit of both. Look at the mark schemes, understand where your marks are coming from, but also look over the past papers. Doing them in an exam setting (aka with no prompts) and then checking your answers with the mark scheme may provide useful preparation. Good luck!
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    If you have a good grip on the content and case studies then why do you need to study the mark schemes? Obviously its useful but 14 days is a very long time if you already have most of the content down. Also 45 past papers is a ridiculous amount I don't know anyone who has ever done that many.
 
 
 
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