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I haven't. But i spoke to someone today who plans to start next week. Mind you, he has 14 exams and I have 6.
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I haven't. But i spoke to someone today who plans to start next week. Mind you, he has 14 exams and I have 6.
No.
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I haven't. But i spoke to someone today who plans to start next week. Mind you, he has 14 exams and I have 6.
Well yeh i have sort of.... but i have 3 pieces of coursework to do this week which means im delaying it until easter.
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I've started and am doing ridiculous amounts between having enormous panics about it.
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i've done a plan and everything...just finishing off cswk first
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I haven't. But i spoke to someone today who plans to start next week. Mind you, he has 14 exams and I have 6.

YES I HAVE BUT ITS REALLY BORING!
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i've done a plan and everything...just finishing off cswk first
You're doing Psychology aren't you.. are you doing aqa or another board? I want to steal your plan!!!!!
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I haven't. But i spoke to someone today who plans to start next week. Mind you, he has 14 exams and I have 6.
My sister started revising in September and she got A*, A's and B's. I started in Feb and i got B's, C's and D's.
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You're doing Psychology aren't you.. are you doing aqa or another board? I want to steal your plan!!!!!
i'm doing ocr i'm afraid!!
might be similar though- what do you have to do??
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Revision is for thoes whom need it, some are naturally clever........ shame thats not me.
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Please, don't mention the R-word..... I've got too many essays to even think about it.
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i'm doing ocr i'm afraid!!
might be similar though- what do you have to do??
Social and developmental psychology-Unit 4
Social Cognition
Social Relationships
Pro- and Anti- social behaviour
Cognitive development
Social & Personality development
Adulthood

Individual Differences & Perspectives-Unit 5
Issues in classification and diagnosis of psychological abnormality
Psychopathology
Treating mental disorders
Issues & debates
Approaches


Hehe that's what I have to do.. That's practically a plan already!!
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yep, started 'bout a week ago
i am going to own the AQA Chemistry units and OCR physics
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Social and developmental psychology-Unit 4
Social Cognition
Social Relationships
Pro- and Anti- social behaviour
Cognitive development
Social & Personality development
Adulthood

Individual Differences & Perspectives-Unit 5
Issues in classification and diagnosis of psychological abnormality
Psychopathology
Treating mental disorders
Issues & debates
Approaches


Hehe that's what I have to do.. That's practically a plan already!!

oh, we are doing different stuff
one health module and one crime module for A2....

just divide that up into 2 a week or something and u r sorted
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I don't think I want to start yet really. Might do some for english and film studies but taking psych in a year means I've only just started unit 5 work (ie. today).. want to wait til I get some of that done til I get onto revision.
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I've started doing past papers - imo that's the best way to revise. You go through some papers, and if there's any topics you're not that good at, go to the textbook (for maths) and do some exercises for them, or for economics - read over past notes.

Having sent off my uni reply, I'm determined to work this year (as opposed to last year where I slacked a bit) so as not to be disappointed come results day.
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Just when this thread was at the bottom.
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My sister started revising in September and she got A*, A's and B's. I started in Feb and i got B's, C's and D's.
****! it's near the end of march and I haven't started!
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****! it's near the end of march and I haven't started!
No point anyways, dont jam it in all at once.
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My sister started revising in September and she got A*, A's and B's. I started in Feb and i got B's, C's and D's.

No one I know has ever started revision in September :confused: It's the amount of revision you do, rather than when you start it. Not that I actually know anyone who's actually started before March at the latest?

One person I know started in February/March and revised about 120 hours per exam = 10 A*s.

I started revision in Study Leave and revised about three hours per exam with the same result. And always either the night before or the morning before the exam (get up at 4 am). Personally, I find that a lot more effective...

However, for ASs I plan to start, um, in April. Maybe. *coughs*

(Yes, hopeful plan. Overly optimistic, I'd say)
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