Is this a good revision plan? [Nov 2015 - August 2016 brief overview]Watch
Can I get your opinion if this is a good overview for revision. I achieved BBC(Maths, Physics & History) and planning on achieving A*AC not resitting History.
November 16th - Dec 31st:
1) Recap A level Maths C1-4 + 5 past papers per module completed.
2) Recap Physics unit 1, 2, 4, 5 theory written papers and complete 5 past papers per unit.
Jan 1st - Feb 16th:
1) Recap A level Maths M1+S2 theory and complete 6-7 past papers per unit.
2) Complete all Edexcel past papers for Physics unit 1, 4 & 5(not resitting unit 2)
Feb 17th-March 14th:
1) Recap A level Maths C2, C3, C4 theory & alternate between C2-4, M1, S2 past papers and by aiming to complete all Edexcel past papers for each unit.
1) Complete all of A level Physics international papers for unit 1, 4 & 5.
March 15th-early May:
1) Complete A level Maths international papers for C2, C3, C4, M1, S2.
2) Redo A level Physics Edexcel unit 1,4 & 5 past papers? [don't know what to do for Physics at this stage as I would have done everything]
Early May-late June:
1) Recap theory for each module (maths=examsolutions) and redo/look over any past papers done quite a while ago. The same with Physics but revision guides for theory.
1) A level Further maths: FP1, FP2 & M2. [2 weeks on FP1, 4 weeks on FP2 & self-teaching M2 throughout the 8 weeks]
Overall opinion? Personally I think I can manage it with free time i.e
9-11am = Gym.
1-4:30pm = Maths.
4:30-7:00pm = Break
7:30pm-11pm = Physics. <--- Repeat.
I'm planning on studying MSc Physics at Bristol/Exeter/UCL.
revision tasks in small bits?
The issue is running out of past papers. I plan on covering all the theory and completely 50% of past papers now nov-feb time and 50% of past papers closer to exam date i.e march-may. If I leave them all until exam season I would feel too much pressure to perform and if I complete all past papers now I would have nothing left for exam season.
Also if you leave all the papers to march, I doubt you will finish all of them off.
Try do them in exam conditions as well.