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 Post subject: More practise papers?
PostPosted: Fri Sep 14, 2007 9:55 pm 
Thankyou very much for all replies.

We just have a few weeks left, i have completed all IPS and NFER papers. i have heard Bright sparks series are excellent papers to do. IS it too late now?
What other papers can i use?


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No, it is not too late, Reena.
According to my experience, three weeks can make a difference. Your daughter is scoring 80-90% in VR, doesn't she? She just needs a small push to make sure that she is on the right side of the fence.
When my son took the exams, we concentrated on the VR until the Bucks tests, then mostly dropped it afterwards to concentrate on the rest for Slough.
What's your preference? Bucks or Slough?


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reena wrote:
Hi Catherine,

We are focusing on the both, bucks mostly than berks,

i have placed an order for the bright sparks papers.

How many exam papers do you recommend my daughter should be doing a day?

Everyday she still is looking up any new words that she doesnt understand or know the opposite to.

I have introduced mind mapping to her, a way of remembering words.


Hi Reena,

Do as much as your daughter can cope with, Reena. There is not long to go and she is borderline, so go for it...reasonably...


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