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    Past papers

    Okay so I’m just kinda confused.
    I’ve been reading everywhere THT after doing your hw the best practice is past papers. But what if you haven’t learnt the whole terms worth of content. When exactly do I start papers. Do I just leave out the questions of topics we haven’t yet done. Also for year eleven what past papers do you recommend I do. Just my schools or other schools as well. It’s just because different schools follow different topic orders so it gets confusing when I wanna use theirs

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    Re: Past papers

    You can always be doing past questions to consistently revise new content to make it easier at yearlys. I would do a range of qs including other schools - I like thsc. This becomes easier in y12 because teachers can give you hsc qs randomly throughout the course, and you can set them yourself
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    Re: Past papers

    Be careful with papers that aren't mathematics. The syllabus may be New compared to previous years, and therefore some questions will not be relevant.




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