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    Hi

    so basically i have started sixth form a month ago. My problem now is that i havent revised the things that we have done already. This makes it very hard for me to cope with these little tests that we get every two weeks. The first couple of tests i always got above 80%. But now i am scared that this won't happen again. I really am stressing out coz i think that i might fail in Jan and I have 8 exams to do (the whole AS German is in Jan).

    So is there still a possibility that I can revise the things again or is it too late?
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    You should have started your revision now and be doing it most days if you have all that in Jan. Stop fretting about it and actually start doing it and revising it...
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    You have holidays in October to catch up, I am guessing. You can use that time wisely and make up for the last ground. So relax!
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    I know how you feel. When I started my A Levels, I thought that it was the same level as GCSE and you could get away with the same rubbish. However, it is only when you actually start that you realise how important revising is. Although they might not give detention for incomplete homework or not revising regularly, you would feel the pain for January. All I can say is what has been said before. Any free time you have doing nothing, study. If you can, start looking at the layout of the exam papers you are doing, especially German AS. And lastly, don't panic as this will not help at all. Hope this helps and good luck with you A Levels.
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    Tbh, this year's worth of AS students are pathetic.
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    (Original post by alecangeltess)
    Tbh, this year's worth of AS students are pathetic.
    How?
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    You've still got plenty of time, Start revising today. Think positivly, remain strong, you can do this. If you've been getting 80% in exams it means you can definitely get A's in january.

    pm if u need help, im in year 13
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    lol jesus worry later. revise over half term and christmas quit stressing
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    (Original post by A100whoo)
    pm if u need help, im in year 13

    thank you
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    Please DO NOT be such a wussssssssssssssss.

    Class tests are invariably harder than the real thing.

    Just revise each module with like 3days for each module.


    Do a bunch of past exam papers and theres no reason why you wont get As

    infact gettin an A isnt that difficult these days


    If your this worried you should be the type to get 90%+

    good luck!
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    And also, revising this half term is a waste of time.

    And to the person earlier: if people are stressed in early AS, they will not survive next June, let alone early A2 (coursework, Jan exams, UCAS).
 
 
 
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