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    I have 2 weeks left till I sit my Maths mock and I have done questions by topic from Physics and Maths tutor but only the easy topics. I have been procasinating for the past few days because the more difficult topics are much larger and include more questions which really annoys me. I just wanted to know what paper will be coming up is it from the old specification (modular) or the new type but there's only one specimen paper accesible to everyone. I am so stressed out because I want to get an A in this paper but I don't what to do or what type of paper will be coming up. I have emailed my maths teacher to ask her what type of paper we will be sitting, hopefully she doesn't waffle on and give me a mixture of different respones. I am so stressed! Any advice will help, thank you.
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    well if you are currently in year 11 it will be the 9-1 specification paper which btw is a total ***** as i took it as my real GCSE in summer 2017. you need to practice and memorise formulas is one of the biggest things thats needed to get a good grade. i got a grade 6 with 3 marks away from a 7 but my ***** school wouldnt pay to get it remarked.
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