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    On Friday I have politics in the morning and English Literature in the afternoon. I haven't revised for politics since before study leave (which started Monday). I didn't do any revision yesterday because I was tired after my history exam and did 3 hours or so today of English revision. I read over some politics notes this evening but only for 40 minutes.

    I was going to spend the whole day tomorrow revising for politics. I revised the night before my politics mocks and got a low A on both. Seeing as I have revised in the weeks leading up to study leave do you think I'll be ok going into the exam, having only recently revised the day before?
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    im not sure as i dont do politics and different things work for different people but if you revise solidly for the whole day then you'll be fine especially as you said that
    you had got As on mocks with only doing revision the night before
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    (Original post by Phil Dunphy)
    On Friday I have politics in the morning and English Literature in the afternoon. I haven't revised for politics since before study leave (which started Monday). I didn't do any revision yesterday because I was tired after my history exam and did 3 hours or so today of English revision. I read over some politics notes this evening but only for 40 minutes.

    I was going to spend the whole day tomorrow revising for politics. I revised the night before my politics mocks and got a low A on both. Seeing as I have revised in the weeks leading up to study leave do you think I'll be ok going into the exam, having only recently revised the day before?
    If you think you can, then you can. Be confident and walk into the exam with a positive attitude. You can't change what time you have left now, you just need to commit with what time you do have and do your best.
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    im not sure as i dont do politics and different things work for different people but if you revise solidly for the whole day then you'll be fine especially as you said that
    you had got As on mocks with only doing revision the night before
    Thanks I am revising as we speak and I am confident on everything I am going over; must be in my long-term memory?

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    If you think you can, then you can. Be confident and walk into the exam with a positive attitude. You can't change what time you have left now, you just need to commit with what time you do have and do your best.
    I have revised in the weeks leading up to study leave, just on Saturday, Sunday and Monday I revised for my USA History exam Tues morning
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    (Original post by dtin)
    How did it go?
    Not too bad for politics Everything I revised came up but there were two tricky 10 markers and a deceiving 25 marker.

    English was appalling. The poem was hard and the question was ridiculous.

    I think I got a B in politics and a low C or even a D in English.
 
 
 
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