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Welcome to How to Succeed in Exams and Assessments. We’re pleased you have chosen this book and hope it will fulfil its promise and help you achieve excellent grades. Our aim has been to provide tried-andtested tips covering the whole exam experience, from planning your revision to coping with exam nerves. We’ve tried to remain faithful to the philosophy of our earlier book, The Smarter Student, by creating a quickly accessible resource that you can dip into in time of need. We had many kinds of students in mind when we decided to write this text and we hope that it will meet your personal needs – regardless of your experience and background.

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