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    Currently taking Business, IT, Classics and philosophy and was wondering how hard it is to get all A's. 3 of them are worth 50% of my A2 grade so it is important that I get the highest mark! When I mean by how hard. Basically how much revision per day or per week on each subject. Im a fairly fast learner and can memory is ok to. Thank you
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    Sorry you've not had any responses about this. Are you sure you’ve posted in the right place? Posting in the specific Study Help forum should help get responses.

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    Currently taking Business, IT, Classics and philosophy and was wondering how hard it is to get all A's. 3 of them are worth 50% of my A2 grade so it is important that I get the highest mark! When I mean by how hard. Basically how much revision per day or per week on each subject. Im a fairly fast learner and can memory is ok to. Thank you
    I generally do at least four hours extra a week outside of class and that would help I guess.

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    Hardcore study near exam time, do ur reading for classics and philosophy, do well in coursework. I am almost got 4 A's at AS levels (I got 3A's and a C).
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    I managed to get 4 As at AS level and it's not as hard as you might think, but you have to be super organised from the beginning! I would recommend setting up a revision timetable now or soon and really trying to stick to it :yes: but don't worry too much, lots of people mess up their AS grades and then really pull it back in the second year, it's not going to be a problem as long as you get like C's and above, then you can pull it back in your second year! But you're right, it would be easier to get organised now :yep:

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