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    Im trying to finish doing notes this month and understanding them then in april do questions? Is that enough time
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    Ask yourself. IS one month enough to focus only on papers?
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    (Original post by Kirarater)
    Ask yourself. IS one month enough to focus only on papers?
    Idk. That’s why i’m asking tsr.
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    One month is more than enough. 1 week would be enough too so don’t worry. But do keep revising the notes as well and make sure you understand everything in great depth. What subject is this for?
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    One month is fine if you're bashing the multiple papers a day
    If you're doing one then gl lel
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    (Original post by The Night King)
    One month is more than enough. 1 week would be enough too so don’t worry. But do keep revising the notes as well and make sure you understand everything in great depth. What subject is this for?
    This is for business studies. But i also need to work on my sociology before april. I have to do papers on sociology psychology businesses and stinky gcse maths lol
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    (Original post by somemightsay888)
    One month is fine if you're bashing the multiple papers a day
    If you're doing one then gl lel
    Please explain what you mean by 'multiple papers', do you mean different subjects or topics?
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    (Original post by somemightsay888)
    One month is fine if you're bashing the multiple papers a day
    If you're doing one then gl lel
    Bashing??
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    OP this is exactly my strategy too!
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    (Original post by adamantacademic)
    OP this is exactly my strategy too!
    Really? Has it worked before? This is for a levels by the way
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    (Original post by Jheinexx)
    Really? Has it worked before? This is for a levels by the way
    Oh I'm doing GCSEs, I hope I'll live to tell...
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    I think it should be okay, but if you can practice 1 or so every week until you finish the notes then go all out with the past papers.
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    (Original post by adamantacademic)
    Oh I'm doing GCSEs, I hope I'll live to tell...
    That’s like multiple subjects.. probs should start asap lol
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    Yh it’s fine
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    Depends on the individual really. For the majority of my GCSE exams, I made notes, read mark schemes of previous papers and did past papers the day before the exams and managed to get a B for most subjects.
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    (Original post by Jheinexx)
    Bashing??
    Lool, it's a colloquialism

    And basically doing a couple of papers a day, 2-4. Not doing A Level, I'm a graduate nearly but for me doing lots in the first week so I knew the problem areas and then focusing in on them in the following 3 weeks has worked well. Maybe you should try that.

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    Please explain what you mean by 'multiple papers', do you mean different subjects or topics?
    Either tbh. However many you can w/o getting bored af, do. The quicker to discover what your **** at, the better really so you can spend the majority of the time focusing on that. There will always be certain things, maybe spread out across different topics or subjects, you'll be **** at. Put energy into that
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    I think it should be okay, but if you can practice 1 or so every week until you finish the notes then go all out with the past papers.
    I could only rlly do that for one of my subjects. Ty
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    (Original post by somemightsay888)
    Lool, it's a colloquialism

    And basically doing a couple of papers a day, 2-4. Not doing A Level, I'm a graduate nearly but for me doing lots in the first week so I knew the problem areas and then focusing in on them in the following 3 weeks has worked well. Maybe you should try that.
    wow ok

    I could do that. Thanks for the help!
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    I’d recommend doing papers 1/2 months before exams so you don’t run out of papers to do and manage to get the gist of the exam style questions they may ask you
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