## Exam Countdown - Ready-made Revision Plan for Full Members!

**Need a revision plan for maths?**

Our Full Members can follow our **exam countdown plans** (one for each exam level!), which run until completion of the 2024 exams (the 30 week countdown started back in October, and our 15 week countdown runs from Feb 2024).

These **structured plans are based on our famous video lessons**, using carefully selected **examples from past LC and JC exam papers**.

This will help you to to cover the course efficiently, in bite-sized chunks, and be confident going into your exams!

Here’s a 90 second overview of how it works, or you can **click here to access the plan for your level: LCH, LCO, TY, JCH, JCO.**

## Not a Full Member Yet?

**We’re giving you a free taster lesson every week from now until the exams!** These are examples of the full suite of resources that are available to our Full Members.

We’ll add a new lesson for every level, every week, so feel free to bookmark this page!

## Taster Lesson and Exam Technique Webinars.

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 6

Probability of independent events, probability using Venn diagrams

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

2017 – Paper 2 – Question 6

Sine rule, cosine rule calculations

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 10

Circumference and radius calculations

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2018 – Paper 2 – Question 7

Reading co-ordinates, area, perimeter, axes of symmetry, slope.

**Exam Technique Webinars – Maximise your maths grade!**

**Exam Technique 1 – Exam Paper Structure**

**Exam technique 2 – Exam Checklist and “On The Day”**

**Exam Technique 3 – Getting Started and Time Management**

**Exam Technique 4 – Putting it Down on Paper, and Avoiding Errors**

**Exam Technique 5a – Final Advice for Leaving Cert Students**

**Exam Technique 5b – Final Advice for Junior Cycle Students**

As always our **Full Members** can avail of our **Support Forum** at any time from now until the exams.

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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**Week 19 – Completion Date = Sun 23 May 2021**

**Catch-up Week / Revise weaker areas above / Practice Papers 1 & 2
**

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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**Week 19 – Completion Date = Sun 23 May 2021**

**Catch-up Week / Revise weaker areas above / Practice Papers 1 & 2
**

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 2 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 24th Jan 2021

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**LCH 2014 – Sample Paper 1 – Question 1

Polar form. DeMoivre’s Theorem. Geometric properties of multiplication by scalar, by i, and addition.

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**LCO 2018 – Paper 1 – Question 6

Simplifying and solving quadratic equations

**Junior Cycle (Higher)
**2015 – Paper 1 – Question 7

Multiplying algebraic expressions. Factorising. Adding algebraic fractions

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)
**2016 – Paper 1 – Question 8

Multiplying algebraic expressions. Factorising

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## Week 3 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 31st Jan 2021

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

LCH 2016 – Paper 1 – Question 8b

“The Heptathlon” – using formulae, indices, logs

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

LCO 2018 – Paper 1 – Question 9

“The Tsunami” – using a formula, rearranging a formula

**Junior Cert (Higher)**

2017 – Paper 1 – Question 12

Factorising. Substitution. Long division of a cubic equation

**Junior Cert (Ordinary)**

2018 – Paper 1 – Question 15

Multiplying algebraic expressions. Factorising

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 4 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 7th Feb 2021

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

LCH 2018 – Paper 1 – Question 4

Proof by induction. Simplifying a complex number raised to a power, DeMoivre’s theorem

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

LCO 2017 – Paper 2 – Question 7

“Cones Sculpture” – cone slane height, surface area, sector, arc length. Cost calculations, exchange rates

**Junior Cert (Higher)**

2019 – Paper 1 – Question 4

Income tax calculations. Debt and interest. Depreciation

**Junior Cert (Ordinary)**

2019 – Paper 1 – Question 2

Profit, ratio, exchange rates

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 5 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 13th November 2022

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

LCH 2018 – Paper 1 – Question 9

“The Sierpinski Triangle” – Exploring geometric sequences. Limits as n approaches infinity

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

LCO 2016 – Paper 1 – Question 8

“Fencing a Garden” – linear, quadratic functions, derivative, maximum value

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2013 – Paper 1 – Question 14

Identifying types of sequences

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2019 – Paper 1 – Question 6

Exploring a quadratic sequence

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 6 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 20 November 2022.

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

LCH 2017 – Paper 1 – Question 5

Roots of a cubic function. Local max and min. Real roots

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

LCO 2018 – Paper 1 – Question 7

“Theatre Seating” – arithmetic sequences and series. Sales calculations

**Junior Cert (Higher)**

JCH 2018 – Paper 1 – Question 8

Solving a quadratic equation. Identifying a quadratic function from its graph

**Junior Cert (Ordinary)**

JCO 2019 – Paper 1 – Question 11

Pay calculations, interpretation of a linear graph, deriving the equation from the graph, graphing a linear function

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## Week 7 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 27th Nov 2022

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

LCH 2019 – Paper 1 – Question 4

Integrating a cubic function. Exploring the graph, roots and derivative of a cubic function.

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

LCO 2017 – Paper 1 – Question 1

Depreciation and compound interest.

**Junior Cert (Higher)**

JCH 2016 – Paper 1 – Question 14

“The Harbours” – graphing a quadratic function, interpreting the graph. Deriving a function from a graph.

**Junior Cert (Ordinary)**

JCO 2018 – Paper 2 – Question 6

Two-way table, outcomes.

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 8 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 4th December 2022.

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

2018 – Paper 2 – Question 4

Trigonometric Equations

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

2015 – Paper 2 – Question 1

Permutations

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2014 – Paper 2 – Question 1

Counting outcomes and probability.

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2018 – Paper 2 – Question 2

Probability calculations, probability scale. Payment calculations.

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 9 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 11th December 2022

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

Identifying geometrical transformations

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

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## Week 10 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 18th December 2022

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2017 – Paper 2 – Question

Coordinate geometry of a centroid, orthocentre

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

“Water Usage” – pie chart, cost and VAT calculations

**Junior Cycle (Higher**

**)**

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary****)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 9

Angles in an equilateral triangle and square. Theorem of Pythagoras. Construction of a composite shape

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 11 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 14th January 2022

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

“The Cliffs of Moher” – angle of depression. Theorem of Pythagoras. Alternate angles. Solving a triangle

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

Angles in a parallelogram. Area of parallelograms and triangles

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2018 – Paper 2 – Question 12

“The “Horcrux” symbol” – axial symmetry, trigonometric ratio. Construction 2: Perpendicular bisector of a segment. Construction 1: Bisector of an angle

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary****)**

Coordinates of points. Calculating midpoint, length of a line segment, area of a triangle. Central symmetry.

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 12 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 22nd January 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2017 – Paper 2 – Question 6

“The Cliffs of Moher” – angle of depression. Theorem of Pythagoras. Alternate angles. Solving a triangle

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**2015 – Paper 2 – Question 4

Angles in a parallelogram. Area of parallelograms and triangles

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2018 – Paper 2 – Question 12

“The “Horcrux” symbol” – axial symmetry, trigonometric ratio. Construction 2: Perpendicular bisector of a segment. Construction 1: Bisector of an angle

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary****)
**2016 – Paper 2 – Question 9

Coordinates of points. Calculating midpoint, length of a line segment, area of a triangle. Central symmetry.

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 13 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 29th Jan 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

2017 – Paper 2 – Question 5

Similar triangles. Area of a quadrilateral

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

2015 – Paper 2 – Question 7

“The Logo” – enlargements

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2014 – Paper 2 – Question 7

“The Swing” – coordinate geometry, trigonometry

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2018 – Paper 1 – Question 5

Timetable calculations. Average speed

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 14 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 5th February 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

2017 – Paper 2 – Question 5

Similar triangles. Area of a quadrilateral

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

2015 – Paper 2 – Question 7

“The Logo” – enlargements

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2014 – Paper 2 – Question 7

“The Swing” – coordinate geometry, trigonometry

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2018 – Paper 1 – Question 5

Timetable calculations. Average speed

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 15 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 12th February 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 6

Probability of independent events, probability using Venn diagrams

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

2017 – Paper 2 – Question 6

Sine rule, cosine rule calculations

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 10

Circumference and radius calculations

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2018 – Paper 2 – Question 7

Reading co-ordinates, area, perimeter, axes of symmetry, slope

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 16 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 19th Feb 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 1

Expected value calculations

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**2019 – Paper 2 – Question 9

“The Radar Station and the Ships” – solving triangles using trigonometry, cosine rule. Arcs and sectors

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2013 – Paper 2 – Question 15

Cylinders, curved surface area and volume, ratios

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2018 – Paper 2 – Question 1

Measurement, scale calculations, volume of a cylinder

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 17 / Week 2 -Taster Lesson – available until Sun 26th February 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 2

Standard normal curve, mean, standard deviation, normal distribution, empirical rule

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**2019 – Paper 2 – Question 2

Calculating slopes. Equation of a line. Area of a triangle

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 2

Data types, mode, analysing tabular data, constructing a pie chart, interpreting a line chart

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 6

Interpreting bar charts, plotting on a bar chart. Probability calculations, ratio

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 18 / Week 3 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 4th March 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 1

Expected value calculations

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**2014 – Paper 2 – Question 9

“The Zip Line” – cosine rule

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2017 – Paper 2 – Question 3

“The Ball Bearings” – volume of spheres, recasting spheres

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2016 – Paper 2 – Question 5

Conversion of units. Volume of a cuboid

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 19 / Week 4 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 12th Mar 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 2

Standard normal curve, mean, standard deviation, normal distribution, empirical rule

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**2019 – Paper 2 – Question 2

Calculating slopes. Equation of a line. Area of a triangle

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 2

Data types, mode, analysing tabular data, constructing a pie chart, interpreting a line chart

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 6

Interpreting bar charts, plotting on a bar chart. Probability calculations, ratio

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

**We’re giving you a free taster lesson every week from now until the exams!** These are examples of the full suite of resources that are available to our Full Members.

We’ll add a new lesson for every level, every week, so feel free to bookmark this page!

## Week 20/Week 5 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 20th March 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 1

Expected value calculations

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**2019 – Paper 2 – Question 9

“The Radar Station and the Ships” – solving triangles using trigonometry, cosine rule. Arcs and sectors

**Junior Cycle (Higher)
**2013 – Paper 2 – Question 15

Cylinders, curved surface area and volume, ratios

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2018 – Paper 2 – Question 1

Measurement, scale calculations, volume of a cylinder

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 21/Week 6 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 26th March.

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 4

Trigonometric equations

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**2015 – Paper 2 – Question 1

Permutations

**Junior Cycle (Higher)
**2014 – Paper 2 – Question 1

Counting outcomes and probability

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 2

Probability calculations, probability scale. Payment calculations

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 22 / Week 7 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 2nd April 2023.

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

2017 – Paper 2 – Question 5

Similar triangles. Area of a quadrilateral

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

2015 – Paper 2 – Question 7

“The Logo” – enlargements

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2014 – Paper 2 – Question 7

“The Swing” – coordinate geometry, trigonometry

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2018 – Paper 1 – Question 5

Timetable calculations. Average speed

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 23 /Week 8 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 9th April 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 6

Probability of independent events, probability using Venn diagrams

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

2017 – Paper 2 – Question 6

Sine rule, cosine rule calculations

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 10

Circumference and radius calculations

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2018 – Paper 2 – Question 7

Reading co-ordinates, area, perimeter, axes of symmetry, slope

**here **to find out more about how we can help you!

## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 24/Week 9 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 16th April 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)**

LCH 2016 – Paper 1 – Question 8b

“The Heptathlon” – using formulae, indices, logs

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

LCO 2018 – Paper 1 – Question 9

“The Tsunami” – using a formula, rearranging a formula

**Junior Cert (Higher)**

2017 – Paper 1 – Question 12

Factorising. Substitution. Long division of a cubic equation

**Junior Cert (Ordinary)**

2018 – Paper 1 – Question 15

Multiplying algebraic expressions. Factorising

**here **to find out more about how we can help you!

## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 25 / Week 10 -Taster Lesson – available until Sun 23rd April 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 2

Standard normal curve, mean, standard deviation, normal distribution, empirical rule

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**2019 – Paper 2 – Question 2

Calculating slopes. Equation of a line. Area of a triangle

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 2

Data types, mode, analysing tabular data, constructing a pie chart, interpreting a line chart

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2019 – Paper 2 – Question 6

Interpreting bar charts, plotting on a bar chart. Probability calculations, ratio

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## Week 26/ Week 11 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 30th April 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2017 – Paper 2 – Question 3

Coordinate geometry of a centroid, orthocentre

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)**

“Water Usage” – pie chart, cost and VAT calculations

**Junior Cycle (Higher**

**)**

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary****)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 9

Angles in an equilateral triangle and square. Theorem of Pythagoras. Construction of a composite shape

## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 27/Week 12 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 7th May 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 1

Expected value calculations

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**2014 – Paper 2 – Question 9

“The Zip Line” – cosine rule

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2017 – Paper 2 – Question 3

“The Ball Bearings” – volume of spheres, recasting spheres

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2016 – Paper 2 – Question 5

Conversion of units. Volume of a cuboid

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## Week 29/Week 14 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 21st May 2023

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**LCH 2016 – Paper 1 – Question 8b

“The Heptathlon” – using formulae, indices, logs

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**LCO 2018 – Paper 1 – Question 9

“The Tsunami” – using a formula, rearranging a formula

**Junior Cert (Higher)
**2017 – Paper 1 – Question 12

Factorising. Substitution. Long division of a cubic equation

**Junior Cert (Ordinary)
**2018 – Paper 1 – Question 15

Multiplying algebraic expressions. Factorising

**here **to find out more about how we can help you!

## OLD WAY Week 5 – Full (Paid) Members

**If you’re a Full Member, you can log on to the system to access the revision plans for your exam level:**

As one of our Full Members you have full access to the full plans at all times, and all resources and support on our system.

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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## Week 18 Taster Lesson – available until Sun 16th May 2021

**Leaving Cert (Higher)
**2018 – Paper 2 – Question 1

Expected value calculations

**Leaving Cert (Ordinary)
**2014 – Paper 2 – Question 9

“The Zip Line” – cosine rule

**Junior Cycle (Higher)**

2017 – Paper 2 – Question 3

“The Ball Bearings” – volume of spheres, recasting spheres

**Junior Cycle (Ordinary)**

2016 – Paper 2 – Question 5

Conversion of units. Volume of a cuboid

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## Not a Full Member Yet?

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**Week 19 – Completion Date = Sun 23 May 2021**

**Catch-up Week / Revise weaker areas above / Practice Papers 1 & 2
**

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