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    Hey I'm doing Maths, Chemistry and English Literature.

    How can I prepare for all the exams and still get a good grade? I am doing all maths modules this year.

    I'm feeling a bit depressed because there is a lot to learn for maths and chemistry but so little time and I have very basic knowledge of what I have learnt so far and no idea how to start or organise?

    How and where do I begin. I want to get minimum AAB but there are so many past papers ect and so much to learn, not to talk of the homework given every day.

    How do you organise your time specifically? Is there enough time to still get a decent grade! Please help!!
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    (Original post by Itsallaconundrum)
    Hey I'm doing Maths, Chemistry and English Literature.

    How can I prepare for all the exams and still get a good grade? I am doing all maths modules this year.

    I'm feeling a bit depressed because there is a lot to learn for maths and chemistry but so little time and I have very basic knowledge of what I have learnt so far and no idea how to start or organise?

    How and where do I begin. I want to get minimum AAB but there are so many past papers ect and so much to learn, not to talk of the homework given every day.

    How do you organise your time specifically? Is there enough time to still get a decent grade! Please help!!
    AS or A Levels?
    I take AS maths and it took me a month to get my grade from an E to a B. So yes there is still enough time!!!!! For maths at first I went through all the stuff I didn't fully understand using my textbook. Then I did past paper questions. Hope this helped 😉
 
 
 
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