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    what can i do this summer holiday to prepare for AS levels next year for hopefully maths,history,biology and Chemistry
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    I'm doing maths, chem, bio and English. For the bio & chem I'm pretty much doing nothing as I don't see the point until I understand the content so I've just planned to get some stationary for them. For maths, I'm aiming to do like 1 hour a day from August (any more and I won't be asked) to learn C1. For English, I'll just read the books which I love doing anyway so isn't much of a chore..

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    You really don't need to worry about A-levels so early on, try to enjoy your summer.

    If you really want to get ahead, for chem recap your GCSE chemistry and understand the concept of moles and for maths, make sure you understand GCSE in particular the A/A* stuff as that's really all what C1 is (bar the calculus). Biology is different to the other two, and depends majorly on the exam board as it structure is different to that of GCSE. For biology, there's an app on the google play store/apple App Store called 'A level biology' by LearnersBox. Download that and just start scrolling through but I must warn you it's not in any particular order so you've got AS topics mixed in with A2


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