Now that JC2 prelim is over, there will be about a month leading to their Cambridge A Level H2 Math papers. This is a critical period for all students to brush up their H2 Math knowledge and exam skills one last time, so here’s our suggestion to our JC2 tuition students regarding their final preparation for their H2 Math exams:
- Continue to practice school prelim papers. We should not stop and focus on just the Cambridge Ten-Year Series papers as we need to persist to find ways to stretch ourselves in terms of H2 Math knowledge and applications in order to rise above the cohort. And school’s prelim papers are the kind of practice that will give us this push because they actually contain the accumulated experiences your school teachers acquired looking at all the more difficult problems that have appeared in A Level over the years. So in a sense they are like Ten-Year Series but a filtered version of the more challenging problems.
- Do your Ten-Year Series A Level H2 Math Papers, not just as a practice, but with every single one done as a timed trial. This will provide you with the closest opportunities to simulate what you will ultimately experience during A Level. So do them under timed condition, mark and grade them every time you have finished and review your mistakes seriously. And ask yourself what you can do to make improvements and be determined to score higher for your next paper you will attempt.
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