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Effective Use of Past Papers
With the exam cancelled, you may be
thinking: what do I do with the revision timetables, notes and flashcards?
Before you considering throwing them out, consider whether you may want to sit your exam if you are not happy with your results in July.
Past papers and mark schemes are often overlooked by students – however, used effectively, they are a very useful tool. Here are a few tips on making good use of past papers during lockdown.
Once you’ve finished learning the entire syllabus, it can be tempting to ignore past papers entirely. However, having a go at exam-style questions once you’ve studied a specific topic is a useful revision strategy. Whether this is through end-of-topic tests or at the end of a chapter in a textbook, attempting questions in this way ensures you can actively recall information. It may also highlight any areas you are not so comfortable with.