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    (Original post by kholland)


    But in all honesty, there isn't a set method that is going to make you do revision.

    One thing that may help is to not give yourself unrealistic goals. Everyday make a little list of what you need/want to get done that day, like a topic you need to cover or a piece of homework you need to do. Stick to it, get it done. After a few days, completing goals will start to get almost addictive and you'll start enjoying accomplishing them! In the long term this is going to help with your studies!

    Good luck!
    Hey man thanks. I appreciate that. I am actually predicted abbc but im aiming for alteast aabc. Do you think i can pull it off?
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    (Original post by Ice-cube)
    Hey man thanks. I appreciate that. I am actually predicted abbc but im aiming for alteast aabc. Do you think i can pull it off?
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    (Original post by Ice-cube)
    Hey man thanks. I appreciate that. I am actually predicted abbc but im aiming for alteast aabc. Do you think i can pull it off?
    Glad that little gif cheered you up a bit! Haha!

    Definitely, but start NOW. There is no use just hoping for the best. If you don't feel motivated to revise do some revision that is 'indirectly' related to your subject.

    For example, if I were studying French, instead of revising vocab I could watch a French movie? Learning whilst being entertained. Try and come up with a few ideas how you could incorporate that into your own subjects. Usually, when I do that I get the urge to revise afterwards so it could be a starting point!
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    (Original post by #sarahsmith2)
    Help meet for Spanish Speaking!!!! I'm really good at remembering vocal but I'm not very good at getting all the tenses and 'golden phrases' into my speakings - I get a bit panicky
    We memorise our speaking. She tells us all the questions she may or may not ask
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    Easiest Exam: C1/M1
    Hardest Exam: Chem Unit 2

    I got AAAA in mocks but Im worried about achieving that in the summer and with good UMS. C1 is easy but grade boundaries are high so if i make some silly mistakes, my M1 UMS will definitely be higher. Chemistry unit 1 is also easy, Bio 1 a little harder.
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    (Original post by Paisley99)
    We memorise our speaking. She tells us all the questions she may or may not ask
    Luckyy - but it's not your teacher doing the exam though is it?
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    This doesn't help with the stress if you count the months down
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    (Original post by champ_mc99)
    This doesn't help with the stress if you count the months down
    *Weeks
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    (Original post by champ_mc99)
    This doesn't help with the stress if you count the months down
    I have an app to count the days to each exam
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    (Original post by SANTR)
    *Weeks
    The title in the thread says "four months".
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    Hardest exam - biology / history
    Easiest exam - sociology unit 1

    I'm not overly stressed as I did well in my January mocks (AAAA) but I can't believe how close it is! I think the feeling of time going so quickly is stressing me out more than the actual exams
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    (Original post by h8skoooooool)
    I have an app to count the days to each exam
    Lol. I would pull my hairs out each day that passes.
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    (Original post by #sarahsmith2)
    Luckyy - but it's not your teacher doing the exam though is it?
    It is...and I'm doing edexcel
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    I'm very excited

    Easiest Exam: C1
    Hardest Exam: Probably M2
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    17 weeks till my first exam I think? But yeah, I'm going to start revising from the end of this month regardless of whether we've finished covering unit or not. I need an A this year at the very least followed by 2 B's minimum which I suppose is pressure, but I'm confident.
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    (Original post by IzzyReeves)
    Omg only 4 months?! Starting to feel slightly screwed to be honest, but I'm more worried about my French speaking which is before exams


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    easiest is c1, hardest has to be m2
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    (Original post by Paisley99)
    It is...and I'm doing edexcel
    Oh okay - ours is WJEC and its externally examined for the speaking
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    Easiest: C1, FP1
    Hardest: Physics
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    (Original post by iMacJack)
    Easiest: C1, FP1
    Hardest: Physics
    Hardest for me : C2-C3
    Easiest : PHYSICS :PPP
    I love physics and I mean REALLY.
 
 
 
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