(Original post by MakesMeWonder)
Ditto. Did my English exam in January, so I have nothing for that in June. My main workload over Easter has been coursework, so I haven't even started thinking about revision yet.
Psychology is pure memorisation, so that should only take a week or so, and Economics and Business is just common sense and essay writing skills.
Yeah, Psychology reminds me of GCSE Science when it comes to revision
OP is pretty much me right now. 8 exams too, but pure lack of motivation. Really need to stop pissing about on the internet. But anyway, it's 2 o'clock now, so I may as well take it easy for today I'll start tomorrow (as I say everyday)
2nd year degree with 3 exams. I've read the material for one of the exams once. Can't be bothered revising properly yet, exams start 14th May but I learn better through the revision sessions in class where I have to revise and can't piss about.
(Original post by Vixen47)
In terms of the studies that we have to memorise, I suppose so. But if you exclude the studies then it's not so bad. Like, there isn't much to apply to anything - all it is is memorisation
I am kind of half revising half not... I'd practically finished all my Chemistry notes, but then I remembered that my exam's on the 23rd or something so there's really no need to do so much Chemistry now.
Hmm I have 11 exams, the first one is 38 days away, the last one is closer to 70 days away. I haven't started revision, but I don't feel like I should have. I know how my brain/ memory works, and starting a load of work now is not the best course of action.
I think everyone on here panics too much. I also think there's such a thing as doing too much work. Anyway, happy holidays regardless.
(Original post by Ronove)
I'm taking A-level Maths and still need to begin to look at M1, C3, C4 and half of C2. Getting fairly solid in my C1 stuff though?
Oh my gosh, Im doing Alevel as well... I tried a past paper and I couldnt do ANY of it!! So yeah... that kind of reallyyy demotivated me and I have done next to none revision whatsoever this easter.
Do you have any tips on how to get better in Maths, seeming as we're practically doing the same course??