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    A2 is supposed to be more difficult but im not sure if this is the case. I only have 12 hours of lessons all week and can do my homework quite easily at home. Am i supposed to be doing more? I feel really bad because I want to get good grades but I have nothing to do. I have far too much spare time. Should I be revising all the stuff we have already been doing? If so, it would be quite pointless as i feel we've been going at snails pace. Will it get harder as the year goes on?
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    I'm just finding the work is harder or... more lengthly. I.e, more essays and notes to write up rather than little homeworks that we got in AS.
    The lessons are a lot faster paced though
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    i found a2 easier because i had a lot more free time. but the work was to an extent more demanding
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    plus when you start AS they'll give you lots of work because it's like the start of something new, i dno...
    and the step up from GCSE to AS is a lot bigger than AS to A2
    ad yeah fewer subjects, more frees etc
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    The AS I dropped was like the work of the 3 other subjects I had combined. Now it's gone I have so much time to do other things.
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    I found I started off with a fairly light workload, but it's when you have coursework deadlines/exams (especially if you do a lot of subjects) that things get more stressful, I'd advise that if you have free time do things to make your life easier when deadlines/exams come around, start revising as soon as you find you're forgetting stuff, keep organised and make sure you make stuff to revise from later whilst it's all fresh in your mind, if you find a topic particularly interesting go read up some more about it, if you find there's areas you struggle with later on you can spend extra time on them...then you're free to go out and enjoy yourself, which is always good :cute:
 
 
 
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