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    Maths and english AQA
    Biology and Chemistry A OCR

    4A,1B the rest C.
    A in Maths,Core science, Additional science A english B. Stats A.


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    What do you think you will get in AS

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    I think i might get an A in maths and chemistry and B in biology qnd english. Soo much info to remember for biology.

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    (Original post by ProNoob)
    I think i might get an A in maths and chemistry and B in biology qnd english. Soo much info to remember for biology.

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    Some nice nice results and predictions. Which Six form do you go to? And biology man you are lucky. I have a different exam board and man its so annoying. Even if you learn everything you still can't answer the questions, this is because the people who write them are mentally retarded, trust me the questions they ask are so stupid. Only like 30% of questions are what you learn the rest is just crap which you have answer by thinking like a retard . I know this cause I got a d in as bio

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    An S-curve like so (neglect cost in y units)

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    (Original post by Mohid Khan)
    Some nice nice results and predictions. Which Six form do you go to? And biology man you are lucky. I have a different exam board and man its so annoying. Even if you learn everything you still can't answer the questions, this is because the people who write them are mentally retarded, trust me the questions they ask are so stupid. Only like 30% of questions are what you learn the rest is just crap which you have answer by thinking like a retard . I know this cause I got a d in as bio

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    Biology is my hardest subject. I am going to ask my teacher for all of the exam papers so i can start revising. I am answering all of the old specs exam papers for chemistry now as they always repeat the questions and the topics i get wrong i go over them in the textbook and answer questions. I am also going to do the same for maths.

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    Is it just me or is this tsr app really difficult to use

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    (Original post by Mohid Khan)
    Is it just me or is this tsr app really difficult to use

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    It is hard to use. It closes randomly on my phone and It takes forever to load favourites. I much prefer the PC version.

    I found out that on tuesday there is an after college club that is based on helping people out on science subjects and from tuesday my college library would not close until 6:30 on mondays to thursdays.

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    Since I was a kid, I read a lot of Science books and they stayed in my mind so when in Biology or Chem, I can just refer to my notes in class and my background knowledge. Chem is a bit hard since they ask you about definitions, you know the concept in your mind but can't write a paragraph about it.

    Maths, I revise two hours outside school.


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    (Original post by ProNoob)
    It is hard to use. It closes randomly on my phone and It takes forever to load favourites. I much prefer the PC version.

    I found out that on tuesday there is an after college club that is based on helping people out on science subjects and from tuesday my college library would not close until 6:30 on mondays to thursdays.

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    OK man I am going to sleep. I've got a terrible fever. . I shall chat tomorrow. Nite nite

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    I'm doing about 4.5 a day. It's a weird number but I do five subjects (two of which go hand in hand: further maths and normal maths). I try and do one hour during private study in school and then I've got more winding down time when I get home because enough sleep is just important as enough revision.
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    For me currently I spend around 2 hours a day on weekdays practicing maths/fm/econ and the maths lessons I have in school go towards me revising for STEP and then on a Saturday I do 3-4 hours + 1 hour for hw and then I do nothing on Sunday.
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    How does everyone find time for revising and work etc?


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    How does everyone find time for revising and work etc?

    Trust me brv, that's what I'm trying to figure out
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    8 with retakes what about you?


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    Got 5 in total one of them being a retake
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    25 a day.

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    I'm doing about 6 a night and 6 a day and I've done that right from September - I can't really waste time as I've got 13 exams including retakes and general studies ( which I'm going to care about a little little bit this year) but biology gets solid at A2 - if you find it so hard to remember stuff at AS you will hate A2


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    (Original post by krishkmistry)
    I'm doing about 6 a night and 6 a day and I've done that right from September - I can't really waste time as I've got 13 exams including retakes and general studies ( which I'm going to care about a little little bit this year) but biology gets solid at A2 - if you find it so hard to remember stuff at AS you will hate A2


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    How do you manage to do 6 hours on a school night?.I'm usually sooo tired to even move let one do any work


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    I do very little.
    I only have 3 hours working time once I get home and the majority of my homework takes up that time. I'd be lucky if I get an hours work.
    I'm doing minimum 12 exams in summer. I may do another one depending on the result of my January resit.
    Personally I don't think you actually need to revise for hours upon hours. It's the technique which is much more important.


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    (Original post by Jatz07)
    wow, 12 exams - are they AS or A2?

    Good Luck!!
    10 A2 and 2 AS.
    I'm repeating AS geography even though I got an A because getting marks in A2 is so hard so I might as well repeat AS and improve my score!


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    (Original post by kendellex)
    10 A2 and 2 AS.
    I'm repeating AS geography even though I got an A because getting marks in A2 is so hard so I might as well repeat AS and improve my score!


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    How many subjects are you doing at A2?


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