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    That's right, you should treat them like real exams. They give a potential indication where you need to improve or if you should swap/change your subjects. In addition, they can help to give a taste of what A-Level exams will be like and their difficulty.
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    Make them work for you. Do not be worried about them. Do not allow them to be a cause of stress. They are a tool and a resource for you to make use of.

    TIP (particularly for essay students): If you can, try to get a clean photocopy of your exam answer from your teacher before they mark it. Mark it yourself (self-assess using the mark schemes available) and then compare your judgement to your teachers.:yep:
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