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Hey guys this is my first post

I'm a student currently studying AS levels and will be taking the exam in may and june. I realized somehow my grades were dropping for no apparent reason. I got 4A*s and 4As in IGCSE so I think I shouldn't be performing this way right now. I would say my current knowledge will probably get me 4Bs in AS level if I do not work hard in the near future. Currently I'm taking A level biology, physics, pure math, and economics. Any suggestions? THX

P.S. my IGCSE grades are as following

Business 85% A
English as a Second Language 88% A
Chinese as a first language 88% A
Additional mathematics 89% A
ICT 92% A*
Pure maths 92% A*
Physics 92% A*
Chemistry 93% A*
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Yea suggestions on how I can raise my grades to at least AAA in the next two months would be helpful
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Yea suggestions on how I can raise my grades to at least AAA in the next two months would be helpful
Forget making notes. Read the book. If you want, answer some questions from the book. The most important thing though is do every single past paper you can find.
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bro I definitely agree with u on doing past papers but personally i think the CIE textbooks are full of crap no offence. These books talk about irrelevent stuff far too often and focuses on unimportant things. :eek:

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Forget making notes. Read the book. If you want, answer some questions from the book. The most important thing though is do every single past paper you can find.
bro I definitely agree with u on doing past papers but personally i think the CIE textbooks are full of crap no offence. These books talk about irrelevent stuff far too often and focuses on unimportant things. 

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bro I definitely agree with u on doing past papers but personally i think the CIE textbooks are full of crap no offence. These books talk about irrelevent stuff far too often and focuses on unimportant things. 

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Then forget about the textbooks. I remember my Chemistry teacher telling me that one can do well just by doing past papers.
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awww why is no one replying
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