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    Basically I have c1, c2, ss, chem unit 1 and 2, bio unit 1 and 2, psych unit one and two all in may/ june. I know that i can get A/B's in them IF i dont bother with c2. If i do try and do c2, it really gets me down, takes ages to do one topic and leaves me confused and exhausted so I cant revise anything else.

    My question is, should I flunk C2 this year, concentrate on all my other exams, do c2 in jan and then apply for med? I wouldnt be able to apply this october as my c2 results would be crap but i could apply for the next cycle and take a year out.

    What do you think?

    Nope, I would go for it personally, you have plenty of time, see your teacher, do you have a drop on maths club or anyone to work with? If you want to take a year out then that's fine, but you might change your mind and regret it. Make a revision time table on getrevising.com and make sure C2 revision doesn't dominate your life

    That's what I'd do anyway, hope it helps a bit!

    I agree with Smelly Ellie

    C2 isn't so hard, get one of them cgp books and it's easy peasy Good luck! (also, if you take maths next year you'll need to know c2 quite well to do c3 and 4...)
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