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Want/Need to get AAAA in math, biology, chem and physics
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Never too late. (Unless it's a week before lol)

Put the phone down and open your books
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Never too late. (Unless it's a week before lol)

Put the phone down and open your books
ahhh okay thanks. do you think it is still possible to get those grades though?
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It's never too late to start revising, what grades you get will be largely dependent on how hard you are willing to work for them/where you are now. Obviously if you're working well below the level of an A then you'll need to put in a lot of work to make the change, whereas if you're already working at that kind of level you won't have to put in as much
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Unless the exam has already started, no...

Odd question.
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ahhh okay thanks. do you think it is still possible to get those grades though?
Definitely with hard work and determination...knowing the knowledge helps also ! Are they linear?
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It's never too late to start revising, what grades you get will be largely dependent on how hard you are willing to work for them/where you are now. Obviously if you're working well below the level of an A then you'll need to put in a lot of work to make the change, whereas if you're already working at that kind of level you won't have to put in as much
Fair enough thanks
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Definitely with hard work and determination...knowing the knowledge helps also ! Are they linear?
2 are, dropping one at the end of year and maths is not linear
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No. Personally, I don't see the point in having started revision in like January or early February. I think this half-term onwards is a good point.
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No. Personally, I don't see the point in having started revision in like January or early February. I think this half-term onwards is a good point.
that's reassuring thanks
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Fair enough thanks
No worries, I normally start around easter time with proper revision
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Never too late.
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2 are, dropping one at the end of year and maths is not linear
You should be fine
Relax + revising your ass off = great grades

Good luck
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Are we talking May/June here? 😂 I know people that revised the week before and have got 4As. Heck, I revised a politics AS the day before and got an A.

You don't want too start tooooo early else you might forget, but equally not too late. Easter is probably the best time to buckle down to serious revision.


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yeah may 18 but i literally know hardly anything
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You should be fine
Relax + revising your ass off = great grades

Good luck
Thanks
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Thanks for all the responses. Not as worried now.
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Do you go to school in america?
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Also considering missing the two weeks of school after easter to revise? feel like i'd get more done? good idea or not
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Thanks
u talking about as exams or a levels?
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that's reassuring thanks
No worries. I revised my AS Stuart unit (to take one example) in History for about a month, maybe a week or two extra, and got an A in it. I think revision is very personal. Sometimes it benefits you to start early and sometimes it doesn't. For me, it doesn't. For me, revising this early on is a waste of my time - I'm not going to remember all of it by June (A2).
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