Hi all, I recently attempted all the 2021 Mock Exams of SA2 (including marking for ME 1 & 3). I was pretty demoralized seeing the outcome of it. Before attempting them, I practiced all past papers from 2014 to 2018, plus some of 2012 & 2013 if still relevant. They were all attempted under exam condition: 3hr 15min with no break, all typed in MS Word as if it is the real exam. When comparing my answers against the ASET solution / examiner reports, I could rate myself around 60-65%, pretty much borderline pass. I sent my mock exam 1 for marking, also did my own marking. My rating was pretty close to the examiners, so that tells Im not being too lenient marking myself. However, I was absolutely demoralized, shattered attempting Mock Exam 3, scored just over 40% (pending feedback from marking). After all the 12 past papers I practiced, I am familiar with the question styles and how to answer them (ie: what the examiner report wants us to say). But it feels like all these are a waste seeing how it failed to work in the mock exam. Am I being in denial to say the mock exam solutions are different to the IFoA's examiner report? For example, in Product design / risks question in SA2, I would just re-apply the SP2 acronyms: 'FORCED CRAMPS / RISK A LIFE DROWN CATS" and it usually works fine in past papers / ASETS. I could expect to score more than the full mark for those questions. But in the mock exam, using this acronym doesn't really help, the answers expected are very different. I know I still have "plenty of time" to prepare before the real exam comes. But the thing is, I really don't know what else can I do. I re-read the CMP to understand them. I did all past papers, even re-doing them another 3 rounds. What can I do in the last 4 weeks before exam? I've did everything I could.