Revising for University Maths and Science ExamsUniversity exams are very predictable. Bet all the past papers you can on a course and lay them all down. You can essentially match the questions for similarity and see how the same ten or so essentially identical questions appear repeatedly, possibly with different sets of number. This is no coincidence. A university might have several hundred exam sittings every year, each requiring the writing of an exam paper. So many papers.
So little time, so few staff!
The exam papers are made up of questions taken from a small question bank for each unit. By. By learning only how to answer the recurring questions you have passed the exam. It really is better if you work through the papers yourself, but the internet is a big place. If you really don't have a clue, there is someone out there on a forum with the answers.