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    (Original post by ketchupcoke)
    Yup. And yeah D1 is a free 100 UMS, it's basically drawing lines xD and I knew most of the algorithms before we started the course from learning java to create minecraft mods... yep don't judge.
    Oh dear xD I gave up on programming after my B in GCSE computing. Years of being taught by a teacher who didn't know how to code himself so stole python codes from the Internet and claimed them as his own xD

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    I have done notes, just hardly learnt them in an efficient manner, even with all the maths papers I done, im getting like 60 on c1 and c2 compared to everyone else here physics is definitely a fail, Spanish is pure luck. But hopefully Ill get 3 Bs and a C
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    Only thing that if ****ing me up is memory retention such as remembering things in the long term since every day some sort of information slips from my brain ;/
    .Economics, I have an understanding of the concepts but I need to go over Government Failure/Intervention/Market Failure since the long extended answers will have those.
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    (Original post by ketchupcoke)
    Wow, that seems like a lot. What do you do during revision time? For me I find reading notes and doing past papers is most useful.
    Started on February 1st doing about 3 hours a day average. :P

    I write essays and memorise the textbooks. Past papers where they are available for my subjects.
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    (Original post by ketchupcoke)
    I'm sure you'll do fine, lots of my friends do geography and biology and it just seems to be a ton of content to learn and case studies for geography.
    Yeah a ton of content to learn in less than a week
 
 
 
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