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    (Original post by Eva I. Chrisela)
    Yeah. Thanks. But I think it's wise to give all the repeats at once. Reasons:1)It'll get the pressure off the other harder units you wish to give. 2)You'll forget some basic points if you want to give the repeat units later.
    3)Revision within this time is much easier. Well good luck to you on that. What about unit 4? Are you planning to give that? My advice would be to give it in the next seating as you're taking too much pressure this seating.
    Yes Eva you are right. All your points are valid. As far as U-4 is concerned, I'll give that next time. Well good luck for your exam this Jan, our exam...hahaha

    (Original post by stressed.human)
    Hi, was just wondering how you're planning on fitting in the revision for your AS resits and your A2 modules?:/ would you be able to give me an example of what your revision schedule will be like?
    Hi there, I had been doing classes for my unit-4 subjects till mid October then I started my revision for IAL Jan 14 exam. As far as A2 modules are concerned, I'll sit for them in June 14. Well I don't follow any schedule, but I do study 2-3 hrs a day alongside my School classes. Wbu? Are you repeating any of your modules?
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