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Self Studying for History Re-sits in June. When abouts to start revising hard? watch

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    So i'm planning on re-sitting 2 (maybe 3) history exams in June, to boost my high D grade to a B. Now I chose to do this as I actually enjoy history, and I like learning about it as it interests me greatly. I know I didn't revise enough (focused too much on Psychology, and ended up with a D on that anyway so that was a waste xD) and it's mainly the exam technique that I had trouble with. The content is mostly fine, as it sticks with me as it interests me.

    So, I was thinking of finding out the exam technique/ structure to use for the modules I am going to re-sit in this month, and then start slowly (maybe an hour- 2 hours a day) to get into some routine, then increase the hours once i'm used to it? I know I can do it but I'm hoping to go to Uni if I get a B and so I'm kind of freaking out that I will end up procrastinating and not doing worthwhile revision


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