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    (Original post by Groundearth)
    Maths, chemistry, biology, Spanish and English lit.
    Hey! I just finished Maths, Chemistry, Biology , Physics and English Language AS. This year I'm doing Maths, Biology and Chemistry.
    I'd say have a look through your textbooks for next year (if you have them already) and just read what interests you. Probably worth keeping in touch with a bit of maths, maybe like a few sums every week, just so you aren't too out of it when you start harder stuff. Just enjoy yourself! Read books, have fun with your friends, you worked hard for GCSE so enjoy the break!

    Good luck for next year!
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    Why don't you take up no academic hobbies or do stuff you haven't done in months


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    Maybe have a look over the specification and exam layout but I wouldn't spend too much time working, give yourself a break. Do try and keep your Spanish up over the holidays or you might forget stuff, you'll be glad you did when you start in September.
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    I find that having a few months break from doing work


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