Hindsight is a wonderful thing. Lots of people (this writer included) get to the end of A-levels and think: "If I'd really known how big a step-up those would be from GCSE, I would have done a lot better".
We're guessing you don't want that to be you. We're presuming you'd rather reach A-level results day and think: "Yep, I did really well here, and I deserve it."
Which is why we asked all the former A-level students in the TSR community to share their advice on getting started. What do they wish they'd been told when they were starting their A-levels? Here's what they told us.
Use the past papers
Make lots of notes
Be prepared to work at home
Treat it like a job
Respect your deadlines
Make sure you understand each topic
Don't forget to have some fun
Don't waste your free periods
Get some sleep
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