Enough time for practice questions?

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Sooo, I have 2 months left until my three IGCSE exams, and I was wondering, do I still have a chance of getting grade 9s for bio and chem if I haven't done that much practice during the learning process? I have done some questions, but I just don't feel I did that much, because I guess I focused too much on the content.

The point is, would 2 months of past papers and lots of exam practice be enough to get me grade 9s even if I didn't do as much earlier on?
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2 months of past papers straight will be sufficient. If you know the content just work on past papers and exam technique and you'll be fine.
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