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    im doing 4 AS levels: math,physics,french and philosophy and ethics. i find it really hard to study independently for all my subjects. can anyone give me advice on how i should? not only for physics but all of my other subjects
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    French would probably be the most straightforward: read more French to increase your vocabulary. Also, go over the grammar learnt - practise writing sentences using the different tenses, particularly the newer, more advanced tenses.

    For maths make sure you finish off all the questions you are set in class. If you don't finish them in class, do them in frees/at home. If there are more questions in the section that you weren't set, do those as well! Personally, however, I Would say only do this for maths if you are struggling. If you understand the work and are ok with it, then maybe don't look back at it until nearer the exam. Maths textbooks tend to have review sections, or exam exercises. Use these as extra practise. The key to success with maths, particularly at A level, is to do as many practise questions as you can really.
 
 
 
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