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    When should I start revising for AS exams considering we haven't finished the content nor am I achieving the grades I hope to on results day?
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    (Original post by Surinaa)
    When should I start revising for AS exams considering we haven't finished the content nor am I achieving the grades I hope to on results day?
    It really depends on you, how much revision you need, how long you'll spend time on things and what you've done already (like if you've made some notes or not)
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    My predicted grades are 4A's yet I'm under achieving by a huge amount so I'm concerned I won't be able to achieve this considering I'm not on track. Also, I'm a person who has to work double the amount of others to receive top grades so what do you think I should do?
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    Right now! Don't even finish reading th
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    Start revising now - best thing to do to avoid cramming


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    (Original post by Surinaa)
    When should I start revising for AS exams considering we haven't finished the content nor am I achieving the grades I hope to on results day?
    talking from experience, i would strongly advise revising over and over the content you've already learned and bug your teacher for future content because they will no doubt have enough time to go through the whole syllabus thoroughly, depending what subject, trust me.
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    you should have started already.
    you can still practice papers on the modules you have already finished
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    Catch up over the half term! Revise everything you've done so far in depth. You should be revising as you get taught the content!

    If you want to go ahead, you can always refer to the specification so you know what to learn!
 
 
 
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