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    I study Maths, History and English at A2 and I have not revised from the beginning of this year
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    I haven't caught up with anything and I am behind in maths and chemistry but hqve no idea how to get back on track and revise to get a good grade (B-A).

    How can I structure my life to revise where do I start off?
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    (Original post by Itsallaconundrum)
    I study Maths, History and English at A2 and I have not revised from the beginning of this year
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    I haven't caught up with anything and I am behind in maths and chemistry but hqve no idea how to get back on track and revise to get a good grade (B-A).

    How can I structure my life to revise where do I start off?
    You already know the answer.

    Lots of hard work.

    You need to go through all your notes and all your textbooks, making sure you understand everything, and testing yourself against past questions as you go.

    You need to go to bed early, make a challenging timetable of how much work you will do and when, and stick to it.

    There is no secret. There is only hard work.
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    (Original post by Itsallaconundrum)
    I study Maths, History and English at A2 and I have not revised from the beginning of this year
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    I haven't caught up with anything and I am behind in maths and chemistry but hqve no idea how to get back on track and revise to get a good grade (B-A).

    How can I structure my life to revise where do I start off?
    Start now

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    Don't do what I did with history by not caring I never revised and got a C I could have got an A if I ever turned up to the class or did the work
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    Farm yourself out to Amy Chua (of Tiger Mum fame, google her if you haven't heard of her- she's fascinating) until your exams are over. Joking.
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    (Original post by sang_dieu)
    Farm yourself out to Amy Chua (of Tiger Mum fame, google her if you haven't heard of her- she's fascinating) until your exams are over. Joking.
 
 
 
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