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Hi, I am aiming for at least an A in Chemistry. I do AQA. How many years of past papers should I be looking to do? Also, do I need to recap the content before the exam (i.e. like a month before) or just doing past papers all the way up until exam day an efficient process to obtaining the grade? Also, are the old spec ISA/EMPAs quite helpful for practicals?
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I’d recommend doing the last 7-8yrs of papers both from new and old spec. When you make a mistake in the past papers make sure you understand why you made that mistake and then repeat the Q again.
I’d say recap the content regularly and especially any content that you find hard to remember.
Good luck with your revision
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(Original post by Hasanah_112)
I’d recommend doing the last 7-8yrs of papers both from new and old spec. When you make a mistake in the past papers make sure you understand why you made that mistake and then repeat the Q again.
I’d say recap the content regularly and especially any content that you find hard to remember.
Good luck with your revision
Okay cool and thank you
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