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    i have 8 exams in june, and its way too much for me. i feel like im the only one. 6 resits and 2 new ones.
    edexcel: biology 2&5
    aqa: chem 1,3,5 and psych 1,3,4.

    If you are in a similar position as me, please post it and how you revise
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    im doing 9 - all 4 psychology, 2 media, 1 english and 2 music

    you just have to not think about how many exams you have and just the content that you need to know.

    look at when your closest 3 exams are and work on them first. when you have the closest one sussed, then move onto the next closest. if theres a particularly hard exam like at the end, do abit of that too. that is how im prioritising

    also dont see revision as in the number of hours. im not looking at how many hours i do, but what content ive actually learnt and able to recite back to people. im going to be annoying my friends alot by talking about the biological approach to abnormality, and the tonality of some music pieces, but if it gets in my head then thats a job well done!!

    good luck!!
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    I'm quite suprised you remain optimistic about retaking unit 2 psychology, i take my hat off to you lol. Good luck!!! What you aiming to get overall in psychiology?
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    you think you got it bad? i got 13 mate 4 psycho 4 chem 2 bio 4 maths
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    (Original post by megfashion)
    im doing 9 - all 4 psychology, 2 media, 1 english and 2 music

    you just have to not think about how many exams you have and just the content that you need to know.

    look at when your closest 3 exams are and work on them first. when you have the closest one sussed, then move onto the next closest. if theres a particularly hard exam like at the end, do abit of that too. that is how im prioritising

    also dont see revision as in the number of hours. im not looking at how many hours i do, but what content ive actually learnt and able to recite back to people. im going to be annoying my friends alot by talking about the biological approach to abnormality, and the tonality of some music pieces, but if it gets in my head then thats a job well done!!

    good luck!!
    are you doing psychology edexcel? im doing all psychology modules to!
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    (Original post by Craming Revision)
    are you doing psychology edexcel? im doing all psychology modules to!
    aqa a! sorry! good luck tho :P
 
 
 
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