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Are there any good resources (e.g. revision guides) to practice answering edexcel, OCR type 6 marks questions? Only few past papers have them. During exam, is it better to answer them at the end?
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Are there any good resources (e.g. revision guides) to practice answering edexcel, OCR type 6 marks questions? Only few past papers have them. During exam, is it better to answer them at the end?
DO NOT Answer the big questions at the end.
In the exam, it all comes down to time management. The rule is 1 minute per mark.
I learnt the hard way that not doing the big questions at the start could wane your grade.
Do the big questions at the start and go into the less long questions. You'll then notice that you might have around 20 minutes to go and you've got a few 1 mark Qs left. This method gives you more marks in the end. Because the big questions are what can make you get higher grades.

Also, look on physicsandmathstutor, you can find questions based on each topic and there's bound to be some 6 mark questions there.
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