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Should i find the textbooks and read them for my A-levels during the summer? Watch

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    FYI im taking Art and Design Graphics, Media Studies,ICT and Maths xxx
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    If you're a GCSE student I advise that you take advantage of one of the only longest holidays that you will get in your educational life, just enjoy and take it slow, unless you're incredibly bored then sure, go ahead and read the textbooks but don't go crazy over it!
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    I read far ahead in the summer before my AS levels and it massively helped me as i had more time to study the content
    Summer is so longgggggg, i dont think it will be a good idea to spend it all just playing (You will forget stuff), revise a bit every week for your A levels (But mainly relax and chill )
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    It wont hurt reading some of the content before you start.
 
 
 
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