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    I'm in yr 12 and im studying biology chemistry and maths
    but how do you revise and keep up with the workload??
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    (Original post by Hannah003)
    Hi
    I'm in yr 12 and im studying biology chemistry and maths
    but how do you revise and keep up with the workload??
    thanks
    Hiya

    What I did was make a timetable listing what subjects I wanted to cover and when and I also did a load of past papers
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    Hiya

    What I did was make a timetable listing what subjects I wanted to cover and when and I also did a load of past papers


    I literally have so many papers to complete :')
    What about further reading? How did you know what kind of things to go in depth with and what to research
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    I literally have so many papers to complete :'
    What about further reading? How did you know what kind of things to go in depth with and what to research
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    I chose some books to just read around, it isn't that important for AS, but could be helpful for A2

    If you ask your teachers they can give you a list of wider reading
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    like you do normally in GCSE
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    (Original post by cookiemonster15)
    i chose some books to just read around, it isn't that important for as, but could be helpful for a2

    if you ask your teachers they can give you a list of wider reading
    thank you!!
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    glad i helped
    if anyone want more help
    don't be shy pie, pm me
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    How can I get exam practise when it's a new spec so it's all changed? Past papers were my main source of revision for GCSE and now nothing


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    How can I get exam practise when it's a new spec so it's all changed? Past papers were my main source of revision for GCSE and now nothing


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    You can still use the old papers, they won't change much, apart from a few more new topics and its apparently a little harder than before, but its good practise doing papers
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    How can I get exam practise when it's a new spec so it's all changed? Past papers were my main source of revision for GCSE and now nothing


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    same here!!!
    but what my teacher does is that there are some draft paper(s) that you can look at...
    also not the whole spec is changed... there are still some topics that are the same so maybe look the pastpapers of a certain topic and try thoses
 
 
 
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