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    I'm currently doing my a levels Maths, Chemistry and Physics. I have 3 exams in january. Predicted AAB.

    I'm most confident in maths, i can do past papers at this point in time and i am able to get an A very easily. With Physics i'm confident with it but not as much as Maths but i'll know how good at i am when i get my mock results.

    I'm weakest in Chemistry and now i'm spending too much time revising it, this means that i'm hardly ever revising the other subjects.

    So can i get some advice on how i should balance out my revision time for each subject based on what i have said?

    Thanks in advance.
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    hi there .. i am an ex-a leveler .. spend more time on doing past year questions for chemistry ..take time in revising organic chemistry coz sometimes , memory work comes in handy for chemistry .. if u r sitting for A2 , inorganic chemistry is very important .. for physics and maths , you still need to revise them ..try spending an hour or an hour and half for revising physics / maths before sleeping.. wake up in the morning , and start memorizing your organic chemistry..
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    I'm doing my AS. I got the first modular exams in january. I need to get my head around lattice energies and polarisation of ions, giant covalent structures and pretty much most of organic chemistry.

    I really want three A's because i dont wont to regret not trying hard enough. Anyway, i'll try what you said about doing some revision at night.
 
 
 
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