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With exams fast approaching, I've completed and reviewed all the new spec papers for biology and chemistry and I have about a week and half of nothingness to do. I don't know what to do in this week so I did a couple of the old spec papers but I found most of them not challenging enough so it feels like a waste of time. Is it wise to spend the week before your exams doing just old spec papers? I probably should've done them earlier and saved the new spec papers but I didn't think I'd finish them all in time. If not then what should I do instead because nearly every new spec question I come across, I remember the answer to since I've done it.
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