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    Is it possible to start revising from tomorrow and get As and Bs?

    I'm hoping to start revising every single day, up until my exams, from tomorrow. But I don't know if it's possible?
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    (Original post by JamesLanek)
    Is it possible to start revising from tomorrow and get As and Bs?

    I'm hoping to start revising every single day, up until my exams, from tomorrow. But I don't know if it's possible?
    Haha of course it is, you can only post this on the morning of the exam.
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    (Original post by JamesLanek)
    Is it possible to start revising from tomorrow and get As and Bs?

    I'm hoping to start revising every single day, up until my exams, from tomorrow. But I don't know if it's possible?
    SERIOUSLY??? im not gonna tell you anything you dont know.
    Yes you can make it, so LOG OFF, turn off you Laptop and go study
    So next month when u'll be done, you will come back to brag about how easy it was and how you got A's
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    Of course it's possible, go and revise.
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    Yes.
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    It's very much possible.
    I'm juggling with 6 and I don't feel overwhelmed.

    My advice is to make a pseudo-timetable of what you have to do.
    At the very least, it'll give you an indication of everything that you need to do, so you know what's in store.

    Pace yourself and remember, all your exams DON'T come at once, so concentrate on the ones you have first (not 100%, though) and spread out revision for your later exams between now and after your early ones.

    Don't get complacent, but you, in fact, probably do have more time than you may think (though it depends on the subjects you're going for).


    Good Luck ^_^

    (And if you need any help constructing an effective timetable, don't hesitate to PM me or something - not that you need the help, though)
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    I have 4 in Jan.

    I started revising in October.

    Just printing off all past papers now.
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    Yes, that's possible and 5 exams is a standard amount in January for A Levels.
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    Yep, it's VERY possible. You should get off of TSR though, and organise your time so that you spend more time on the subjects/topics that you don't understand very well, don't spend all your time on things that you already know. Good luck
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    No it's absolutely impossible. No one has ever achieved this feat. Ever.
 
 
 
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