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    For me I found it more than enough.

    I did maths in a year and Physics and chem.

    (so maths AS, A2 and Physics AS and chem AS)

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    I hope so, I still haven't started revision yet, I just cba
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    I'm doing A2 Maths, Chem and Bio.

    I've finished revision for Chem 4 and a Chem2 resit, finished Bio 2 resit and Stats2 for Maths,

    Not even started revision for C3 and 4 or Chem5 and I'm so stressed even when my first exam's 2 months away haha.
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    (Original post by chelseafan)
    Is one month of solid hardcore revision enough for AS levels?
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    Yes, if you go HAM like 8 hours a day HAM
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    I'm doing Maths, History, English lit and Economics is one months revision enough? completely stressing out because everyone else knows everything
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    No. You'll get burned out really quickly and probably won't have time to fit it all in :/


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    I hope so because I'm in the same shoes as you,

    As long as you paid attention in class and understand the gist, go through past papers and revise topics you got wrong.
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    Why was this bumped lol. Im in uni now lol.
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    To answer my question.

    Na, probably not.
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    (Original post by chelseafan)
    Is one month of solid hardcore revision enough for AS levels?
    You should have started a lot earlier you idiot.
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    (Original post by chelseafan)
    You should have started a lot earlier you idiot.
    Hey so what happened! You're in uni? nice, what are you studying? Get in to where you wanted?
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    Necro thread; OP is probably doing revision for first-year undergrad exams right now :rolleyes:.
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    Yes, as long as its productive.
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    2 weeks is enough.
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    (Original post by VannR)
    Necro thread; OP is probably doing revision for first-year undergrad exams right now :rolleyes:.
    Correct.
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    i got C C E D in my February mocks do you think that 6 weeks of revision would get me at least 2As and 2Bs

    i do maths biology chemistry and economics
 
 
 
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