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    Most people in my college have got their timetables for their AS Exams. I've calculated that I have about 15 Weeks until my first exam.
    Obviously I'm already panicking (Given my subjects are Bio, Chem, Physics)

    What sbout you?
    How are you guys preparing?
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    (Original post by runningcat)
    Most people in my college have got their timetables for their AS Exams. I've calculated that I have about 15 Weeks until my first exam.
    Obviously I'm already panicking (Given my subjects are Bio, Chem, Physics)

    What sbout you?
    How are you guys preparing?
    I do bio, chem, psychology and RS. I don't really feel the panic yet, when are you going to start revision or have you already?
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    My AS resit for human biology is in 107 days/15 weeks, I'm going to revise 2 weeks before and do past papers a week before, I know I'll get an A in it this time around

    don't worry seriously
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    (Original post by Black Rose)
    I do bio, chem, psychology and RS. I don't really feel the panic yet, when are you going to start revision or have you already?
    How are you finding Bio and Chem?
    I have started some revision not a lot that I should be doing? how about you?
    My life literally revolves around my subjects and notes as well as paperwork argh x3
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    (Original post by rileystringer1)
    My AS resit for human biology is in 107 days/15 weeks, I'm going to revise 2 weeks before and do past papers a week before, I know I'll get an A in it this time around

    don't worry seriously
    Ah I hope you do! God willing.
    Are you sure 2 weeks is enough?
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    I do Spanish, Sociology, Music Technology and English Language.

    I'm most concerned about Sociology, everything else will come in due course. Second of my worries is MT coursework and EPQ. I get extremely anxious and panicked in exam conditions, I've currently got my mocks so I'm concentrating on getting through each one before worrying about the actuals.

    Spanish - I'm listening to Spanish news and music over my usual programmes, talking to Spanish friends 3 times a week, reading Spanish news and writing all my messages in Spanish. It comes with time and practice.

    English Language - revising key techniques to answering big questions, like a framework, a few gender theories. Most of it is in my brain ability anyway you know?

    Sociology - well... I'm going to do a bit every night until the exam. Mock is tomorrow. Winging it.

    Music Tech - I produce in my own time, all of the technology and electronic side of the course I know like the back of my hand already eg. EQ as I use it for my hobby. Coursework is mounting up but I'm getting through it chunk by chunk. The styles are probably the most content heavy.

    EPQ - Gojng to fail


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    (Original post by runningcat)
    Ah I hope you do! God willing.
    Are you sure 2 weeks is enough?
    Yess Unit 1 is really easy, I didn't revise at all last year which is why I got a C, I already know the content and have worked on the AS topics during A2 so all I need to do is some quick revision and then as many past papers as possible to learn from common mistakes. In fact I might revise for a week then leave 2 weeks for past papers idk
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    Yep, already entered panic mode. Doing about 3-4 hours a night. Going through loads of past papers and stuff.
 
 
 
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