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    i am giving a level this may and i have four subjects biology, chemistry physics, Math. to complete my a level as fast i can i am giving 11 units this may.
    so i have decided to;
    1. complete my notes,
    2. revise the books and add more details to my notes,
    3. practice maths for physics and chemistry,
    4. pratctice questioon paper

    i think it will make sure i will get A.
    how do you prepare for your exam?
    do you think i could do something more to improve?
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    Giving A level?
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    I revise lots. Drink plenty of water the night before and just before the exam. Eat well. Be calm.

    Works for me
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    most important thing THINK POSITIVE
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    i chill out, do a bit of sunbathing if its summer exams. go for a fag before the exam, and one after (just for luck)
    and dont worry [=

    i usually forget to revise aswell [=
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    I give lots of revision. Well, try to.
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    I'm finding working through the textbook (reading each page then doing all the questions, checking the answers for summary and then just hoping for the best with the exam ones) really useful. I also have flash-cards with questions and answers for the majority of the syllabus (eventually all of it, when I actually finish being taught it), and was considering creating powerpoint presentations with key bits of information in that I can flick through every couple of days just as a quick refresher.

    It's more mixed than my revision was for the January exams, and I managed As in the subjects that matter (critical thinking is a different story altogether), so I'm hoping for the best too
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    I go H.A.M with revision, and remember how great Leicester looked.
 
 
 
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