What resources/techniques did/do you find useful when studying for AS?

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This question is mainly targeted at students who have done their AS/A levels, but also students who are currently studying them.

I was just wondering if there were any particular books/websites/videos/resources/techniques that you found particularly useful as revision, as well as to understand things more clearly and go over them throughout the year.

For example, last year i found my-gcsescience videos and the maths watch cd particularly useful.

The subjects I'm studying are Biology (OCR), English Literature (AQA), Psychology (AQA) and History (Edexcel)

Also any general tips, advice or warning is very welcome - I'm keen to do well but don't want to waste time doing the wrong things!

sorry if this has been asked before or I posted it in the wrong place - I'm new here
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