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    When do you think I should start really revising for AS levels. I want AAB realisticly and I was thinking about starting revising properly the week after Feb half term or is this too early to start?
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    Now!
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    Look through your notes during the half term.
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    A few days before maybe. A week at most.
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    A week ago.
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    I'm going to start revising once I get most of my coursework out of the way, which should be after Thursday (when we're doing no more A2 Chemistry coursework in class).
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    A week ago?! D:
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    When do you think I should start really revising for AS levels. I want AAB realisticly and I was thinking about starting revising properly the week after Feb half term or is this too early to start?
    Can i ask what you got for you GCSEs?
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    Hmm, well I was always a last minute kind of person, and got AABB in my AS Levels. But it depends on your own natural ability, and whether you understood things first time round. Why dont you read through notes now, and highlight areas you know you have problems with, and then this will help you form a revision timetable (say, a week or two after half term?)
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    IMO it's never to early to revise, reading over your notes regularly helps so much compared to trying to fit everything in a week before the exam. I've done that far too many times and have since learned that its a mistake.
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    Its never to early to start. I look through my notes weekly for Law and Psychology but after the February holiday and during the holiday i am going to start to revise Sociology and Business and then in march/April start looking at past papers and doing questions in the text book .
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    Normally I start about 7 days before each exam but hopefully I'll start semi-intensive revision the day after results day.
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    It is never too early to start revising for exams. So start as soon as you can!!!
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    Start lightly in March and build it up from then. Obviously depends from person to person though.
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    The sooner the better.
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    if u want to get good grades you better start now.
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    Unrealistically - September.
    Realistically - The hour before.
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    Start in April at the latest.
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    i started already lol..
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    April.
 
 
 

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