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bruce.wayne
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I completed my AS Level this year (but i did not appear in CIE exams) and my Alevel started two weeks ago.My problem is that i was fun and used to skip classes to play football in AS Level.So in 6 months time i will be appearing in exams and my preparation is absolutely zero.I desperately need help in the Physics ,Chemistry and Mathematics.

Any help,tips,guidelines or anything that could help and contribute to my studies is appreciated.Thank you in advance.
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In my opinion I think you should firstly think of why your a level will benefit you and lost them down
-for knowledge
-for university
-for getting a job
-for making yourself happy with good grades
Then you should make a daily plan of what will you do but try not to put too much to be done in one day cz if u don't get time to finish all what you planned on doing you will start feeling disappointed and you won't take into hand that you did so much
So try to for example study a chapter from a subject then revise then try to go through a random past paper and find questions relating to what u studied
Do this 3 times a week and you will be just fine 💗
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My name is fatma and I'm from U.A.E
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(Original post by Fatma_98)
In my opinion I think you should firstly think of why your a level will benefit you and lost them down
-for knowledge
-for university
-for getting a job
-for making yourself happy with good grades
Then you should make a daily plan of what will you do but try not to put too much to be done in one day cz if u don't get time to finish all what you planned on doing you will start feeling disappointed and you won't take into hand that you did so much
So try to for example study a chapter from a subject then revise then try to go through a random past paper and find questions relating to what u studied
Do this 3 times a week and you will be just fine 💗
Hope I helped
My name is fatma and I'm from U.A.E
I'll be happy to help if u need anything else


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Thank you very much for the advice. Are you appearing in A Level or have you done it in the past?If yes then what were/are your subjects?
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I'm starting my as level this year
I just finished my igcse so on Sunday I'll start my first day of school and I'll be starting my as level 💗
I'll be taking
Business
Ict
Travel and tourism
Arabic
And I trying to figure out what to choose between math edexcel and Health and social care 😅

Wau? What subjects are you taking ?


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(Original post by bruce.wayne)
I completed my AS Level this year (but i did not appear in CIE exams) and my Alevel started two weeks ago.My problem is that i was fun and used to skip classes to play football in AS Level.So in 6 months time i will be appearing in exams and my preparation is absolutely zero.I desperately need help in the Physics ,Chemistry and Mathematics.

Any help,tips,guidelines or anything that could help and contribute to my studies is appreciated.Thank you in advance.
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You should start to get working asap if you want to get decent grades and if you plan to go to uni.
Advice: I go my work/revision is short chapters like others have said. Ask a teacher for help as they know what they are doing! Most importantly remember why we take exams: to stand out in the job market. Lots of work for exams and degree = good job = loads of money = eternal happiness (for some)
Good luck grasshopper
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Thank you soooo much for your amazing advice 💗I really appreciate it 💗thank you and I'll surely do my best❤️thank you again you really helped and motivated me 💙


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