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    A2- is probably the hardest year of education! So to say, I feel as though it's not only me that is struggling with revision, understanding a topic, e.t.c but others too. Mocks coming up soon and me and my friends just wish we have photographic memories to remember anything. Any tips on revision, balancing three subjects as well as doing practice mock papers while learning the class material of a new module?

    Timetables do not work as much but sometimes it does? Any good revision tips on how to succeed in A levels to a least get a 'B' and above?

    No rude or mean or unpleasant comments please. This thread is also created for the purpose of helping others. Than you. Good Luck to Yall taking exams and new yr12's!!!:congrats::congrats::congrats::congrats::congrats::congrats:
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    I found A2 much harder than AS. To illustrate what I mean here's a comparison of my results in AS and A2:

    AS:
    History 161/200 UMS (A)
    Government & Politics 200/200 UMS (A)
    Law 183/200 UMS (A)
    Sociology: 162/200 UMS (A)

    A2:
    History 173/200 UMS (A)
    Government and Politics 166/200 UMS (A)
    Law: 138/200 UMS (C)

    A Level results:
    History (A), Law (A, by 1 UMS!), Government and Politics (A)
    I was predicted A*A*A

    A2 was much harder than I ever imagined!
 
 
 
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