I have 10 AS exams this summer starting on the 13th of may, in maths, further maths, physics and economics. None of which are resits (my sixth form do not allow us to do January exams).
So far in the Easter break I've been getting a good 6 hours+ revision a day making revision cards, doing questions from the text books and of course lots of past papers but I've been finding it hard to get round to revising for all my modules.
I'm not sure how I should be prioritising my exams. Should I revise more for the ones before half term or more on the ones that I find more difficult?
Also should I revise a module in detail but only 1 to 2 a day or briefly and then lots of modules a day?
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- Thread Starter
- 04-04-2013 22:42
- 05-04-2013 00:35
Just do past papers on the ones you feel more confident with and the odd revision every so often to keep it fresh, revise throughly on what you struggle on! I have 6 exams in May starting with philosophy and ethics too, good luck ! Fellow as student
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