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    So I have got an issue...Basically me and my family go on holiday every year during the easter holiday for the full two weeks. However, now that i am doing my AS exams this year, I am quite worried as I need to study. however I am forced to go with them...so I need some advice. How can I still make sure my holiday is ''productive''? I was thinking of bringing my books with me..
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    (Original post by WahidaR)
    So I have got an issue...Basically me and my family go on holiday every year during the easter holiday for the full two weeks. However, now that i am doing my AS exams this year, I am quite worried as I need to study. however I am forced to go with them...so I need some advice. How can I still make sure my holiday is ''productive''? I was thinking of bringing my books with me..
    Books can be heavy and for this reason, I wouldn't recommend taking too many. Take 1 or 2 and spend time watching revision videos and doing questions from online resources. But good luck . Try not to worry too much. 2 weeks isn't too important in the grand scheme if you're revising consistently.
 
 
 
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