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Hi everyone, Im sitting my maths exam on Monday. Its the foundation paper.
Anyone sat one recently ? Was it ok ? Any tips or advice would be great

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I had it just recently, it was okay tbh. Make sure you eat and are drinking during it, that'll help + make sure you read it and analyse, they threw in trick questions that got some of my class thrown in it. Good luck
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I had it just recently, it was okay tbh. Make sure you eat and are drinking during it, that'll help + make sure you read it and analyse, they threw in trick questions that got some of my class thrown in it. Good luck
Thank you for this. How hard would you say it was compared to a real gcse ? Did you get your grade yet ?
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Nope getting my results in August 😬 but we all got told after the exam a basis of how well we did for the mock. And compared to the real, not hard tbh. It's more hard with the pressure they all put on you but then once you've done it, you realise it wasn't as bad as you think. So it's mainly the stress that makes it bad, if that makes sense?
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