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    It's the half term holidays, which means I have more time to myself to revise. But I have so much to do and this then leads me to giving up eventually due to what to start with first.

    My main aim is my sciences. I really wanna get A's on Chemistry and Biology but in order for me to revise I need a proper strategy and I'm having trouble with that.

    How can I plan out my revision fairly and easily without getting tired or bored easily?
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    (Original post by Jiff)
    It's the half term holidays, which means I have more time to myself to revise. But I have so much to do and this then leads me to giving up eventually due to what to start with first.

    My main aim is my sciences. I really wanna get A's on Chemistry and Biology but in order for me to revise I need a proper strategy and I'm having trouble with that.

    How can I plan out my revision fairly and easily without getting tired or bored easily?
    20 minutes revision. 5 minutes break. Repeat, with a different subject
 
 
 
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