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    (Original post by Platopus)
    Well, you don't know what your AS grades are yet so hold your horses. The system has changed for your year I believe, so your AS grades will not affect your total A level grade. So, it is possible to get A*s at A2 if you work hard.

    There's no simple answer to how much revision you should be doing. I've just finished my A2s and I revised every night since the beginning of the year in any time which wasn't taken up by homework. However, I did the same at AS.

    Best of luck.
    Thanks mate. Best of luck with you're A2 results. Many, Many thanks for your help.
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    Thanks mate. Best of luck with you're A2 results. Many, Many thanks for your help.
    No worries. Hope I helped. You can do this!
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    That post does not seem to be done by a retard. I think you might have issues digesting information? Going by what you've put. Could it by a form of Dyslexia. If at uni ask to see a professional they'll assess you and deal with anything they find.

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    I can digest information, it's just i feel my mind is preoccupied. Could it be that too much time spent on Youtube/BBC i player could be causing this/leading to such poor performance.

    My view habits have only slightly increased since last year, but is it likely that this is making the difference between those A*s / D/E
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    I can digest information, it's just i feel my mind is preoccupied. Could it be that too much time spent on Youtube/BBC i player could be causing this/leading to such poor performance.

    My view habits have only slightly increased since last year, but is it likely that this is making the difference between those A*s / D/E
    To summarize.

    Simply remember the title with the information this way when you have a teacher talk about a specific thing it will trigger that information

    I would say what really makes the difference here is structure

    The only reason people can go yep yep while you wouldn't is because they know what the teacher is talking about , the only way they know what the teacher is talking about when you do not is when they have the same cues as the teacher/idea.
    Stick to the textbook it will give you the best possible ,it is not going to be because of viewing habits..
 
 
 
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