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    (Original post by Aaliyah.97)
    Same 40 days until my maths exam and I'm so scared and nervous I'm so sure I can't do all the work and revision before the exams I'm so not ready. Good luck.
    Have you tried making a revision timetable to help plan out your revision? I made one for my A2 revision, and it helped me hugely
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    (Original post by preetg97)
    4 A's and a C at AS and A*A*A*Aa at A2
    So clearly you're naturally gifted!!! I can't say the same for me
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    (Original post by Aaliyah.97)
    Thank you. I'm jus so sure I'm not passing this year. Need all the luck I can get
    Don't be de-motivated. Get your head down, revise as hard as you can and see what happens! But don't put yourself down before you've even done it. Don't plan to fail!
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    Last year I revised for probably around 4 days (very bad revision, no past papers, just memorising) before my history exam and ended up with a C in both exams (DO NOT DO THAT, I'M AN IDIOT! I let myself become ridiculously stressed and that is why I'm re-sitting this year XD). But if 4 days was enough to get a C and you have more time than that, so I promise you can get a very good grade. Just focus hard and work you socks off.
    okay omg that gives me hope. i hope u do well in ur re-sit
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    (Original post by Leviathan1741)
    Have you tried making a revision timetable to help plan out your revision? I made one for my A2 revision, and it helped me hugely
    hey Levi. And no I'm so bad at sticking to timetable. I'm kind of stressing way too much about it and hardly getting anything done.
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    Don't be de-motivated. Get your head down, revise as hard as you can and see what happens! But don't put yourself down before you've even done it. Don't plan to fail!
    I will try not. It's hard when I've already started to admit I will fail. But that's true it's not done and anything could happen.
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    (Original post by preetg97)
    4 A's and a C at AS and A*A*A*Aa at A2
    ah wow!! well done - you've certainly gave me hope that i can actually pass

    (Original post by maccaism)
    I'm doing modern britain 1960's to 2000's and tsarist russia
    ah, never studied anything DIRECTLY to do with russia :'(
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    (Original post by maccaism)
    okay omg that gives me hope. i hope u do well in ur re-sit
    Here is some more "hope". I didn't revise at all for English literature. (I got some notes off my friend before the exam began) I ended up with a C as well (also re-sitting)

    I was terrible last year! I'm embarrassed to even write this out....

    But honestly it was the anxiety, I got so ridiculously anxious it stopped me from revising. Don't fall into that trap.
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    (Original post by patronusleviosa)
    ah wow!! well done - you've certainly gave me hope that i can actually pass



    ah, never studied anything DIRECTLY to do with russia :'(
    i envy you,

    had to do it at gcse as well. hate it with a passion
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    (Original post by Aaliyah.97)
    hey Levi. And no I'm so bad at sticking to timetable. I'm kind of stressing way too much about it and hardly getting anything done.
    Don't give up Aaliyah, it's important to stay positive! Have a go anyway and see how you do, it might just work. Divide the 40 days you have left by the number of maths topics you need to revise, to work out roughly how long to dedicate to each topic. Include some time for past papers too
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    (Original post by maccaism)
    AND I AM ABSOLUTELY BRICKING IT!!!!!

    I HAVEN'T STARTED MY REVISION (I DO ART, MATHS, HISTORY AND ENGLISH)

    I'm planning to learn my content until 2 weeks before the exam, then start doing past papers.

    Can I still do well?
    I've got less than 3 weeks to revise for my uni exams. I've got about 850 pages of notes 40 days is more than enough for a levels lol
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    (Original post by Leviathan1741)
    Don't give up Aaliyah, it's important to stay positive! Have a go anyway and see how you do, it might just work. Divide the 40 days you have left by the number of maths topics you need to revise, to work out roughly how long to dedicate to each topic. Include some time for past papers too
    I will try. And thanks a lot for the advice. I will stay calm and try not panic and I will TRY to revise as much as I can. Thanks.
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    NO NEED TO SHOUT!!!

    You will be fine.
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    (Original post by langlitz)
    I've got less than 3 weeks to revise for my uni exams. I've got about 850 pages of notes 40 days is more than enough for a levels lol
    I wish you the very best!

    How are you planning on tackling it ? Not moving from your desk for the next 3 weeks
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    (Original post by langlitz)
    I've got less than 3 weeks to revise for my uni exams. I've got about 850 pages of notes 40 days is more than enough for a levels lol
    JESUS i feel bad for complaining lool. what course at uni are yo udoing?
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    (Original post by Aaliyah.97)
    I will try. And thanks a lot for the advice. I will stay calm and try not panic and I will TRY to revise as much as I can. Thanks.
    Best of luck, you can do it :hugs:
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    (Original post by Platopus)
    NO NEED TO SHOUT!!!

    You will be fine.
    I HAVE SO MUCH ADRENALINE I ALMOST WANT TO START REVISING NOW! but i better get to bed, i need to wake up early tomorrow
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    (Original post by Leviathan1741)
    Best of luck, you can do it :hugs:
    Aww thanks
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    (Original post by maccaism)
    JESUS i feel bad for complaining lool. what course at uni are yo udoing?
    Chemical Physics haha, so I've got 2 chemistry courses, statistical mechanics, quantum mechanics and electromagnetism
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    Thats fine- I'd focus on past papers and examiner's reports and getting to know your texts. I've just started geog revision and just highlighting key points in my revision guide so I don't forget. We can do this!!
 
 
 
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