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When will you guys start to read/revise some A2 content?

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    Hey guys

    This one is for those going onto A2 in September, when are you guys going to revise/read some A2 content?

    I'm personally going to after AS results

    Teachers recommended early August and most of my friends have started already :eek:
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    Wasn't going to...

    Got lots going on already this summer. Lots to do instead of learning stuff that I will forget only to relearn it again at school!
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    lol no need bud
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    I'm going to start after AS results day, too. I feel like I should have started weeks ago, but I have this awful feeling that I've ****ed up my exams big time, and can't bring myself to start
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    Probably in the summer of 2089, when I have literally nothing more interesting left in my life to be getting on with.
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    Not till I start back at school. I don't really see the point in starting earlier.
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    I'ma do my personal statement and all that other ****, then after results day when I def no what I'm going to drop I'll start covering some of the topics.
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    Will be waiting until school, apart from a few odd pages of this history book we were told to read. If I get something horrific at results then that might call for some action though
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    (Original post by 16dan2life)
    Hey guys

    This one is for those going onto A2 in September, when are you guys going to revise/read some A2 content?

    I'm personally going to after AS results

    Teachers recommended early August and most of my friends have started already :eek:
    I told myself that I'd have most of M2 F. Maths covered by the time I got back, that I'd have read loads of books and written my statement by results day, that I'd have started playing tennis and piano again etc.

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    I have finished my A-levels this year and my advice is to enjoy your summer do a bit of UCAS and as soon as you go back to college do the revision then


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    (Original post by Ra Ra Ra)
    I'm going to start after AS results day, too. I feel like I should have started weeks ago, but I have this awful feeling that I've ****ed up my exams big time, and can't bring myself to start
    Feel the same exact way!
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    (Original post by Ra Ra Ra)
    I'm going to start after AS results day, too. I feel like I should have started weeks ago, but I have this awful feeling that I've ****ed up my exams big time, and can't bring myself to start
    same here
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    (Original post by 16dan2life)
    Hey guys

    This one is for those going onto A2 in September, when are you guys going to revise/read some A2 content?

    I'm personally going to after AS results

    Teachers recommended early August and most of my friends have started already :eek:
    I'm planning to start after results day. I don't think there's any point in starting too early, as we'll be going over it in class anyway, and I don't want to get bored.
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    Well with our school, we started after we finished exams, we didnt have a holiday until 20th july, we ddid alot of physics, mechanics 2 in maths, biology, but we didnt do any chemistry
    (not gonna drop anything till results day)

    I might do some chemistry now though
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    1st day back.
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    We started A2 work as soon as study leave finished following the end of AS exams... Summer is just a case of enjoying time off, researching unis and courses and keeping a little refreshed on topics. Personally I'm spending this time doing some extra reading for my personal statement, rather than learning more of the course which will be covered when we go back in September anyway...
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    I don't think there is much point doing A2 content that is only going to be covered in lessons anyway. My teachers haven't suggested it...

    I'm doing lots of further/ wider reading for applications prep. I'm also going to quickly go over most of the content from AS a few weeks before the end of the holidays so I'm familiar with the basic stuff. There's quite a bit of synopsis in some subjects so I would recommend others do likewise.
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    Done most of A2 Chem already, been putting work off for a week to watch the Olympics though.


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    When i started A2, i began October 3rd. i Reccomend it becuase, you alway enough time to revise every single nook and cranny (sp?) of the spec and have time to spend extra on things you are struggling to understand.
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    I've finished my A Levels and awaiting my results. My advice is to give yourself a break, make sure you relax and enjoy your summer. If you really want to, do some light work, maybe reading up on your topics.


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