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    My trial exams was terrible. But some said it was because the paper set too hard. I have classes now until 26th april. Currently juggling between homework And studying. Will i make it for a level? I feel like i havent done enough. What should i do?


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    Definitely not too late. You haven't really given us information to work with here, and it's incredibly hard to help someone with vague information, but there's one simple fix: study, and study effectively.

    This thread has some tips that might prove useful for you. Studying is honestly super simple, and all it requires for you to succeed is to be productive with your time as well as putting the time in.

    Being productive is all about self-discipline, and there are lots of little things you can do to make it easier. There's lots of stuff available on the internet to help you with that!
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    I am doing maths econs and accounting. Taking resit papers fr maths and accounting. I try to feel motivated but cant help to doubt myself when i look at my trial
    Exam results. How many hours should i study and what is most effective fr my subjects?


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