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    When should I start revising for my as levels? I've done bits, though I'm unsure as to whether I need to be doing a lot more than 'some' at this stage


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    When should I start revising for my as levels? I've done bits, though I'm unsure as to whether I need to be doing a lot more than 'some' at this stage


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    Now. The earlier the better.
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    If you're talking about day-time, then evening-night time especially for English or other essays is the best. (My opinion)
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    Revise as soon as possible or revise intensely nearer to exams.
    It all depends on what sort of person you are.

    Some prefer working in the mornings and some are night owls.

    Some like to do big chunks of revision every so often. Some like to do a little bit a day.

    For me I am doing as much revision as i can.
    I often procrastinate but its better to try to do work than not even bothering.
    You should have a little idea on how you work from GCSEs.
 
 
 
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