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so is doing past paper only for 2 months (or exactly 60 days) enough for igcse? and how many should I do exactly?
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so is doing past paper only for 2 months (or exactly 60 days) enough for igcse? and how many should I do exactly?
Hey,

I would say that it's pretty good. I personally combined studying and past papers because I felt like that was a safer way to go about it, but past papers are really good as they get you familiar with the exam, plus the mark schemes usually have the notes on them as well for the answers. Just make sure you go over the stuff you get wrong until you can't make the mistake again! Hope that helps, anything else let me know!

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