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    i'm going to practice for the ELAT, carry on re-reading all the books i've mentioned in my personal statement, do some french listening practice and maybe look over some notes for history.
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    unfortunately its inevitable, work experience as well though .
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    (Original post by John Locke)
    unfortunately its inevitable, work experience as well though .
    Lucky for some
    I have to wait until February for mine :sad:
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    I'll need to revise for a physics test for after half term, and I'll probably read through all my notes for all my subjects! I think for physics I'll need to re-write the huge amounts of electricity equations on a separate piece of paper. Oh, and I might try some questions in my maths C1 revision guide and my chemistry and physics 'head start' books.
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    yep, lots of revision and art catch up for me though I do have a short break in Belgium first with the history department
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    i will be sorting out my work, do any outstanding work and possibly revise
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    Argh, yes unfortunately (or hoping to)...psychology AEA essay, psychology coursework, biology coursework, finish psychology books mentioned on PS and make notes, read other psychology books...and make notes, read psychology articles, practise TSA questions...and maybe relax at some point
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    I wanted to actually WORK over half term, but that plan failed.
    So, lotsa lotsa studying instead.
    Biology, Chemistry, Maths, and grasping everything in Physics. (Silly teacher.)
    Probably English too.
    Oh, and sorting out my life, full stop.
    Joy.
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    well i’m hoping to read through all my notes from this term, and then read through the notes for my resits. but yeah it probably won’t happen!
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    (Original post by Sophie_10)
    well i’m hoping to read through all my notes from this term, and then read through the notes for my resits. but yeah it probably won’t happen!
    Woo another QPR supporter, my Dad will be happy :p:
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    Yep, make revision notes on all the stuff so far, and consolidate my understanding of stuff . Also, work experience at teh dog groomers. .
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    I am on my 2nd week of half term now woo!

    Yeah i have just been recapping work done last term.
    This week is going to be the start of revision for my January modules. Great!
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    I'm revising and doing coursework, its seems I'm not the only one
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    During half term I've got revision sessions at school for Politics on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 9am - 12am. I also plan on doing some independent History revision during the rest of the week
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    I need to...finish the UCL questionnaire, read lots and lots of History books in preparation for the Cambridge interview, figure out what on earth is going on in Biology and Maths, actually work for Eng Lit inc. coursework, revise for Jan exams, err I predict History generally is going to take up 90% of my time though
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    im gonna start as soon after ive had my HAT exam
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    I've got so much coursework I don't think I'll have time to start revision for my retake - it's so bad I'm going to have to take my coursework on holiday with me *cry*
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    revise is my middle name
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    Yep,deffo....I need to start properly understanding what I have been writing ...:rolleyes:
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    yep, i was supposed to be working at the tax office in cov, but i have a diff weekend job now and no time :/
    we're going to have finished chemistry for jan by half term, so i will do some moodle tests again(fabulous online homework quizzes my college has! i have possibly the best chem teacher in the country!)
    do a mechanics past paper, refresh m'fp1 skillzz, revise a bit of c3
    maybe i'll get around to revising particle physics for my resit
 
 
 

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