Don't do that. It's a bad idea.
It's that time of year again where Year 11's across the country finally come to life and realise two weeks before their exams that they should probably do something... Maybe... to avoid exam disaster. Revision sessions suddenly double in size and miracles are performed as students memorise entire specifications and then ace the exam.
Or something like that.
In reality, what can you do in these last few weeks to improve your chances of passing or, better still, doing well? The good news is it genuinely isn't too late to make serious improvements to your knowledge and ability to do well... If you start now.
The plan, then, is this:
Realistically, at this stage of the year that's about all you can do, but the difference it could make is incredible.
Some final advice:
I don't envy you lot. Good luck and don't let us pressure you - if you can walk out of each exam knowing full well you prepared yourself as much as you could, did the best you could in the exam on that day, then you will do yourself justice and you can have no regrets and a clear conscience.