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    Want should I do in this time?
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    (Original post by TheHopefulMedic)
    Want should I do in this time?
    It's pretty common sense why even ask such a dumb question. Revise maybe? There's a suggestion.. :banghead:
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    Lol. Your teacher asked you guys to study 5 hours extra a week. I think you answered your own question mate.
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    (Original post by High Stakes)
    Lol. Your teacher asked you guys to study 5 hours extra a week. I think you answered your own question mate.
    Loool :clap2:
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    (Original post by TheHopefulMedic)
    Want should I do in this time?
    - Review the work you've done each week and make sure you understand it.
    - Rewrite work to make it neater/colorful/easier to revise from later or make notes if you need to.
    - Make a list of things things you need to work on and improve.
    - Ask your teacher/look up anything you're unsure about.
    - Practise questions?
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    (Original post by Black Rose)
    - Review the work you've done each week and make sure you understand it.
    - Rewrite noes to make them neater/colorful/easier to revise from later or make notes if you need to.
    - Make a list of things things you need to work on and improve.
    - Ask your teacher/look up anything you're unsure about.
    - Practise questions?
    That woman in your avatar, was she from a bbc tv series called Merlin?
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    (Original post by Black Rose)
    - Review the work you've done each week and make sure you understand it.
    - Rewrite noes to make them neater/colorful/easier to revise from later or make notes if you need to.
    - Make a list of things things you need to work on and improve.
    - Ask your teacher/look up anything you're unsure about.
    - Practise questions?
    This.

    And aswell as practicing exam questions, make sure you read examiner-reports and always adress all the relevant AO's for each question to score maximum marks.
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    I did that a night. Jesus.
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    (Original post by TheHopefulMedic)
    Want should I do in this time?
    Which subjects are you taking?
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    (Original post by Muttley79)
    Which subjects are you taking?
    Using intuition you can probably guess by their name 'TheHopefulMedic' - implying they want to do medicine. From that you can probably ascertain that they're doing Biology and Chemistry (since most medical school demands those two subjects) and for a third you can probably assume another science such as Maths or Physics. But yeah third and fourth subject could be anything.
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    (Original post by High Stakes)
    Using intuition you can probably guess by their name 'TheHopefulMedic' - implying they want to do medicine. From that you can probably ascertain that they're doing Biology and Chemistry (since most medical school demands those two subjects) and for a third you can probably assume another science such as Maths or Physics. But yeah third and fourth subject could be anything.
    Never assume it makes an ass of u and me.
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    (Original post by saeed97)
    That woman in your avatar, was she from a bbc tv series called Merlin?
    She was indeed.
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    (Original post by Black Rose)
    She was indeed.
    Aha knew it, had a little crush on her a back in highschool.
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    I would recommend looking at some online courses that are relevant to your subject, sited like Khan Academy and Coursera can give you some great options with flexible learning.
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    Make a note of everything we've said in this forum so that you don't forget. The more you remember the advice you get the less chances of you slipping away like a bar of soap.
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    (Original post by TheHopefulMedic)
    Want should I do in this time?
    honestly you should be revising as much as your comfy with it
    never over do it , its better to have a routine and include your own mock tests
    personally never wait for the teachers do it yourself as i felt during a levels the teachers were too slow and time consuming
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    You should play FIFA
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    (Original post by Adeel Ali)
    You should play FIFA
    Fifa when you're over-stressed or something but limit the time u spend on games.
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    You're lucky they are only telling you 5 hours per week. My college is saying you need to spend twice the amount of time you are in class studying (15 hours in class makes 30 at home so 45 in total)
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    I'd suggest going over all the things done in class and focus on weaknesses so you don't have to revise too much at a time when it comes to exams . Also, there are many websites which can help you revise and you can do practice questions relevant to your topics (that really helps as you can see what areas you need improvement with and how you cope with exam questions). You can use mymaths,spark notes for english, khan academy, sam learning and there are many more
    BTW are you doing your GCSEs?
 
 
 

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