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    six, just started revision today! I'm planning to do loads of past papers
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    (Original post by flyawayowl)
    six, just started revision today! I'm planning to do loads of past papers
    I'm the same with the past papers, as I sent myself a target to complete 25 over the Easter break, I only started last Saturday as well. Good luck with your exams!


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    Only 7 revising like how i did for january
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    7 if I include the biology practical/write up thing.
    Preparation - paniiiiiiiiiic.
    Not feeling the love for Spanish and German exams - 3 hours each
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    Final exams: 3
    Preparation: 6h/exam/week

    Resit exams: 5
    Preparation: 4h/exam/week

    Will halve these when I'm back in college for 6 weeks between easter and study leave.

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    12 exams. C3,C4,FP2,FP3,M2,S2,S3,eco unit 2,3,4 and STEP I,II :P
    Not bad right and just literally revising every minute :/
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    (Original post by ACBLISS)
    12 exams. C3,C4,FP2,FP3,M2,S2,S3,eco unit 2,3,4 and STEP I,II :P
    Not bad right and just literally revising every minute :/
    You machine! I'd probably stop after just a few hours of revision, still not certain if I'm going for STEP or not yet. :-/


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    2 Sociology A2
    1 General Studies A2
    1 General Studies AS
    1 English Lit AS

    At the moment I'm getting through a few hours a day of revision for my sociology exams, and currently rereading my novel for English, and creating mindmaps for links on poetry/themes.

    The joy of A levels!
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    (Original post by MathsNerd1)
    You machine! I'd probably stop after just a few hours of revision, still not certain if I'm going for STEP or not yet. :-/


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    Lol what motivates me is june 25th i'll be free!! :P lool
    Do STEP!!! :O
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    10 exams

    depends on what subject,
    with maths- past papers are key
    with history- just learn the content, the papers are pointless to look at
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    6 altogether, although one is before the May/June half term, so I tend not to count that one.

    3 Maths - S1, C3 (retake, so shouldn't be too hard) and C4
    1 Biology - F215
    2 Psychology - Psy 3 and Psy 4

    For Psychology and Biology I've started making notes and aim to have completed this by mid April, when I'll start memorising and then past papers in about mid May.
    Maths - lots and lots of practice questions and past papers; luckily there are 15 past papers available, so lots to do.
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    2 History, 2 Geography, 3 Biology (including the dreaded EMPA) and 2 Maths....

    Revising. There isn't much else to do :/
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    (Original post by ACBLISS)
    Lol what motivates me is june 25th i'll be free!! :P lool
    Do STEP!!! :O
    That is a good point, I'm already doing AEA so STEP on the same day is quite a concern as I don't think I'll be able to handle 6 straight hours of intense maths without burning out at some point, we shall see though as I'm always changing my mind so I might decide next week that I'll go through with it


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    I have 4 in total (not including art exam).
    3 Geography (2 retakes - 2 AS and 1 A2) and one English exam (A2).
    Started revising a few days ago.
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    (Original post by MathsNerd1)
    I'm the same with the past papers, as I sent myself a target to complete 25 over the Easter break, I only started last Saturday as well. Good luck with your exams!


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    Haha they seem like the best plan! I've made a list of all the past papers for each subject and I'm crossing them off as I go thanks, you too!
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    (Original post by Rosaknows)
    Haha, no I have 22 gcse exams, sorry didnt realise its an a level forum :/ but either way, I'm still dying :'(
    It's alright but even then 22!!! Howany gcses are you aiming for? Lol it's all worth it in the end aim high!!
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    (Original post by flyawayowl)
    Haha they seem like the best plan! I've made a list of all the past papers for each subject and I'm crossing them off as I go thanks, you too!
    They do indeed as I don't really take much in from reading the information, at least this way I'm getting to the time constraints and the type of questions that could be asked. Also I have made a list really, it's just all in my head and I have a folder solely for Chemistry revision, it has about 50 past papers in and weighs a bloody tonne!! Can't wait to get through it all so I can never EVER do it again

    And thanks I'll probably need all the help I can get as I'm easily distracted and procrastinate a lot, like right now instead of doing the papers


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    I have 8 exams (2 are AS retakes), and I'm preparing by sleeping until 10:30 when I aimed to get up at 8 to start revision, making notes, panicking that I've forgotten everything, panicking that I won't achieve ABB for university, giving up, and watching Game of Thrones.

    But it's only the start of Easter, I'll probably get into a better routine in a few days. At least I hope so
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    I have 4, one being a resit that might be cancelled if this remark goes up. I started today, did 4 hours for 4 exams, will do the same all week, then have the weekend off.

    What I tend to do is read all the revision guides first, this gives me background knowledge of when I come to write my notes, meaning that when I'm in the process of writing notes I would remember most of the page. My actual plan is to read every revision book I have this week, then start writing notes next Monday, hopefully have them finished when I go back to school, or shortly after. Then I will start on the papers up until the exams.
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    9 exams
    Realising how much maths I have to get through D:


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