My Journey To Great AS Levels 2016/2017

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    Right, just came home from school and i already have so much to do, so todays aim is to:

    x take notes on physics

    x do past paper inequalities questions from C1

    x do maths homework and revise
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    (Original post by melisss22)
    Right, just came home from school and i already have so much to do, so todays aim is to:

    x take notes on physics

    x do past paper inequalities questions from C1

    x do maths homework and revise
    omg i totally forgot to update this, well i did take notes on physics and do my maths homework but i couldnt quite get around to doing the inequalities questions as i was very tired. however today i'll dedicate my time doing sociology and physics! i'll update this after!!
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    right so i couldnt update on thursday AGAIN as I had no internet for some reason, i studied physics thoroughly these past two days and maths, today I'm going to dedicate my time doing sociology mind maps and notes and finish off my essay which is due on thursday!
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    UPDATE 17/09/2016

    Finally i managed to take notes on everything i did in sociology and i feel much more confident in it, sadly i still need to do my essay for it but i think i'll leave it for tomorrow morning.

    i think before i sleep im going to do some exam style questions for chapter 1 and 2 and see where my weaknesses are and carry on with chapter 3!

    I'll deal with physics tomorrow tho
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    UPDATE 19/09/2016
    for some reason logging what ive been doing is so hard! i get so tired easily so i cant be bothered LOL.

    Today was a pretty hectic day, I've finish my sociology essay which i think benefited me a lot, during the writing process i finally got around to learning each theory, points made by authors and criticisms which were made!

    I did a bit of physics just now, I completed drift velocity so hopefully I'll fully understand it next lesson as we'll be doing questions on it.

    Tomorrow i'll be focusing more on maths as I've been neglecting it for a few days. I'm trying to make sure I have no distractions but procrastinating is so hard to defeattttttttt. Oh well hopefully as this thread goes on I'll manage my time efficiently and not procrastinate as much
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    UPDATE 20/09/2016

    I haven't felt well these past few days so I'm trying not to go hard on myself but after school I went to the library and printed out maths questions by topic from mathsandphysicstutor and realised which areas im making mistakes in. I spent my time correcting them so now I know not to make the same mistakes again I think its mostly because I quickly rush through questions, and its something I've been trying to tackle since GCSE's

    I think for now I'm going to focus a lot more on physics, for some reason drift velocity is killing me, so i gotta practice in order to fully feel comfortable when moving onto a different topic, i'm going to solve a few hard questions on it as well so I'll know what the examiners expect of us to solve
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    (Original post by melisss22)
    UPDATE 20/09/2016

    I haven't felt well these past few days so I'm trying not to go hard on myself but after school I went to the library and printed out maths questions by topic from mathsandphysicstutor and realised which areas im making mistakes in. I spent my time correcting them so now I know not to make the same mistakes again I think its mostly because I quickly rush through questions, and its something I've been trying to tackle since GCSE's

    I think for now I'm going to focus a lot more on physics, for some reason drift velocity is killing me, so i gotta practice in order to fully feel comfortable when moving onto a different topic, i'm going to solve a few hard questions on it as well so I'll know what the examiners expect of us to solve
    UPDATE 23/09/2016
    someone remind me to update this LOL

    despite the lack of updates I have been studying, i've been doing loads of revision of past lessons and i've also been keeping track of homework which honestly helps a lot with self revision.

    I have a ton of tests coming up next week and in october, i have a maths quiz which i want to score near full marks on so i gotta buckle down and solve more practice questions, i just did my maths homework so i feeling somewhat confident.

    On thursday i have a sociology exam so I want to print out notes and make flashcards for the topics which will come up which are marxism, marxism in family, functionalism, functionalism in family, feminism and gender roles in family. hopefully i'll get it all done!

    ALSO! its almost been a month since school started! i can definitely feel the pressure already just want summer to hurry up already haha
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    (Original post by melisss22)
    UPDATE 23/09/2016
    someone remind me to update this LOL

    despite the lack of updates I have been studying, i've been doing loads of revision of past lessons and i've also been keeping track of homework which honestly helps a lot with self revision.

    I have a ton of tests coming up next week and in october, i have a maths quiz which i want to score near full marks on so i gotta buckle down and solve more practice questions, i just did my maths homework so i feeling somewhat confident.

    On thursday i have a sociology exam so I want to print out notes and make flashcards for the topics which will come up which are marxism, marxism in family, functionalism, functionalism in family, feminism and gender roles in family. hopefully i'll get it all done!

    ALSO! its almost been a month since school started! i can definitely feel the pressure already just want summer to hurry up already haha
    UPDATE 25/09/2016

    okay so the past two days has just been maths maths maths, and a bit of sociology

    i've solved looooads of quadratics questions from mathsandphysicstutor and looked over the places i got stuck on so i'd like to say im fairly confident in chapter 2 now?

    i also rewritten my sociology notes for gender roles in the home, im going to buy flashcards and nice colourful pens so i can write down the important writers and vocab as well and remember them

    i havent looked at physics just yet so i'll focus on that more on monday after school!!
 
 
 
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