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    I need to get A's and A*s to be honest. I think I might start revising from March. Past papers, clarification of anything misunderstood and so on. Anyone else?
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    I'm doing half my A2 exams in January so I have been revising for a few months
    But yeah March seems reasonable, I will most likely start thinking about it in February half term tbh
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    (Original post by iheartmondays)
    I need to get A's and A*s to be honest. I think I might start revising from March. Past papers, clarification of anything misunderstood and so on. Anyone else?
    If you want the grades BADLY, you should start revising yesterday.

    Yes, I said yesterday. Its not that I am linguistically challenged
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    (Original post by Ari Ben Canaan)
    If you want the grades BADLY, you should start revising yesterday.

    Yes, I said yesterday. Its not that I am linguistically challenged
    If it was sensible believe me I would have. Only issue is that we haven't finished 1/2 of the things for the course yet! :grin:
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    I want to say really early, but I'm so lazy that it'll be very last minute.

    I haven't even started revising for my exams in January yet.
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    (Original post by iheartmondays)
    If it was sensible believe me I would have. Only issue is that we haven't finished 1/2 of the things for the course yet! :grin:
    Just a question, not that I'm trying to challenge you, dont you think of going ahead of your teacher ?

    You know, study ahead ?
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    (Original post by Ari Ben Canaan)
    Just a question, not that I'm trying to challenge you, dont you think of going ahead of your teacher ?

    You know, study ahead ?
    Lol, yep
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    I started yesterday, then i got my rejection from st georges, so then I stopped, I'm going to start again today,
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    (Original post by kashim91)
    I started yesterday, then i got my rejection from st georges, so then I stopped, I'm going to start again today,
    They're idiots for not taking you! It's there lost!!!!! You're fantastic!!!! Where do you want to go now?
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    (Original post by iheartmondays)
    They're idiots for not taking you! It's there lost!!!!! You're fantastic!!!! Where do you want to go now?
    Lol they aren't idiots, I obviously wasn't good enough to get through the interview process, but thanks, I want to go to UEA, since I've got an interview there and I'll have to hope for the best, you have really nice gcses btw, not unusual here, but pretty wonderful in 'real life'. Nice to see you've got your offers have you decided which to firm?
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    I started revising for my A Levels as soon as I got back to college after Christmas. Having offers on the table really seemed to give me the motivation that I needed.

    I'll just say to you, it's sooo much better to revise earlier. There's nothing worse than being a couple of days before the exam and realising that you don't know certain things that you really need to.
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    (Original post by kashim91)
    Lol they aren't idiots, I obviously wasn't good enough to get through the interview process, but thanks, I want to go to UEA, since I've got an interview there and I'll have to hope for the best, you have really nice gcses btw, not unusual here, but pretty wonderful in 'real life'. Nice to see you've got your offers have you decided which to firm?
    Awww thank you
    Well if Warwick decides to reply back with an offer it will be Warwick firm (If that's what we call first choice) and Birmingham as an insurance (if that's what we call back up). However, at present it is Queen Mary: firm and Birmingham: insurance!
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    (Original post by Gemma :)!)
    I started revising for my A Levels as soon as I got back to college after Christmas. Having offers on the table really seemed to give me the motivation that I needed.

    I'll just say to you, it's sooo much better to revise earlier. There's nothing worse than being a couple of days before the exam and realising that you don't know certain things that you really need to.
    I agree with you 100%! I'll revise around Jan-Feb times! I really want to make myself proud this time, I want to get some fantastic grades for A2!
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    (Original post by iheartmondays)
    I need to get A's and A*s to be honest. I think I might start revising from March. Past papers, clarification of anything misunderstood and so on. Anyone else?
    I hope March is a good time because that is when I plan to start revising too
 
 
 
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