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Found it useful, but I think it is down to mindset. You can do a million past papers and still not feel prepared or confident. It is making sure you know the content, understand question and markschemes and generally have a clear mind, positive attitude, resilience and motivation. Find your reason to ace these exams, then persevere with learning and practice, so it clicks in your head like it hopefully did a year ago. And remember, teaching yourself something for the first time isn’t revising it. Teach yourself then revise that topic before the exam so you have a better chance at remembering it. Good luck everyone
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