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    Hi guys. I'm doing my first year of A levels. So AS. I take 3 A levels, Chemistry, Biology, and Physics and do the Edexcel course. I would like to ask, when y'all revise for exams or those who have already done their AS levels, did you guys revise from all the past papers from Edexcel. So including January and June papers? Also which years would you recommend? Or like should i screw it and just do them all?
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    Well that depends on where you reached within the syllabus like if you are still in the beginning then do unit wise questions and I recommend doing as much as you can from the past papers ( it started 2009 so it’s not much) because u will need as much practice as u can get and start by doing June alone when u finish do November or January ( adjust it to ur liking) because the same year questions have the same patterns
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    physics and maths tutor website - it has all the subjects with all levels + a variety of boards and its unit /topic wise
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    Yeah I got an A in as physics and I used all the old spec past papers to get familiar with the basics of the topics, then did the actual new spec past papers/ specemin papers closer to the exam.
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    (Original post by Sara Yasin)
    Well that depends on where you reached within the syllabus like if you are still in the beginning then do unit wise questions and I recommend doing as much as you can from the past papers ( it started 2009 so it’s not much) because u will need as much practice as u can get and start by doing June alone when u finish do November or January ( adjust it to ur liking) because the same year questions have the same patterns
    So like the january ones aren't that good or?
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    (Original post by eskeetit)
    So like the january ones aren't that good or?
    That’s not what I meant , it’s like you have three versions of one paper JAN,MAY,NOV , do them each separately like for Eg finish January papers and then start on May papers and so on
 
 
 
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