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    And know that this is 1 6th of a chem alevel and therefore 1/18th of what you need to do overall!

    (Original post by Laurenafenete)
    thats not a joke its serious so is possible if i actually revise 7 hours a day
    Sorry, I just cant take you seriously. You said revise. You haven't even learnt the content let alone revise it!

    (Original post by tcameron)
    hahahaha 4 months is nowhere near enough time to learn all and still get good grades in A level. Please don't deceive yourself.
    Finish your gcse's then do A levels afterwards.

    I do biology, chemistry and geography A level.
    Ditto. I do physics, chemistry, history A level and Maths AS.

    I really dont think that your school or teachers would let you do this anyway

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