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    Does anyone spot or predict questions before the exam? If you have a shortlist of what might come out for Edexcel Physics, Chemistry and Maths exam this June, can you please share it with us?
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    im afraid you will have to do this by urself, i did it for my GCSE's, worked pretty well, although mine were AQA, and they are ( a bit) more predictable.

    First get the Spec - and learn it off by heart; trust me, its not that long and it will come in handy!

    Go through the past papers, all the way back to 2001/2002 (Get these older papers, steal these papers if you have to, they are important!)

    Now, you will see that not a single paper tests the entire spec right? So write up a list of the topics that came up in the past papers and you will begin to see patterns and trends.

    All the questions are the same; they test the same thing, and so the answers for them are the same, so learn (by heart) the answer to all the 4/5/6 mark q's, and you should be fine...worked for me....
 
 
 

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