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    (Original post by yoda123)
    Currently revising right now after p*ssing about all day
    I do that myself sometimes:/ just part of life i guess:P
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    Sleep and wake up early
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    (Original post by nisha.sri)
    Sleep and wake up early
    Yeah thats what i did
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    (Original post by Ayaz789)
    Yeah thats what i did
    What have you revised so far ?
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    What have you revised so far ?
    Did 2 physics papers (resit ones) Doing an A2 physics paper now , literally so tired haha yourself?
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    Did 2 physics papers (resit ones) Doing an A2 physics paper now , literally so tired haha yourself?
    Oh ok Well done. I've done B2 + B3 revision and Geography key terms. Currently doing psychology revision. I'm doing GCSE
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    (Original post by nisha.sri)
    Oh ok Well done. I've done B2 + B3 revision and Geography key terms. Currently doing psychology revision. I'm doing GCSE
    Ahh thats good i need to learn so many definitions for Physics urghh:facepalm:
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    Ahh thats good i need to learn so many definitions for Physics urghh:facepalm:
    I would hate to do physics for A-levels
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    I would hate to do physics for A-levels
    Tbh i hate it myself , regret picking it :/
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    I'd revise, but the average person should sleep, the only reason I'd revise is I'm used to not sleeping much so it doesn't affect me as badly, get some sleep, have breakfast in the morning and get some revision done, without time wasting.
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    I would always say sleep unless you have really done almost nothing and need to cram. I mean personally, if I just go over stuff paying decent attention and making sure I understand like a few days before, nearly all of it gets lodged into my head at just the necessary amount of depth, though it might be gone within the week. However, the night before...it'll be a less comfortable, more transitory sort of knowledge, and you won't feel adept with the material in the exam. And going over stuff rapidly and trying to think about everything at once is a sure fire way to make you doubt yourself and hurt the knowledge you do have.
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    (Original post by Ayaz789)
    Tbh i hate it myself , regret picking it :/
    Oh well
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    (Original post by nisha.sri)
    Oh well
    Haha yeah ive only a month left
 
 
 
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