Getting an A in C1, C2, C3, C4 and D1?Watch
So this year I'm resitting C1 and C2 to get as high a mark as possible. I scraped an A and got a B, respectively. I've been doing past papers for C3 but it's ridiculous honestly, sometimes I'll get almost full marks or 70+ and other times I'll just about get an A. I'm panicking now because I've tried to make a revision timetable but I never know how much time to dedicate to each one. Doing past C1 papers, I consistently get As and C2 papers I get Bs, but this is due to not revising it and as such, forgetting formulas etc. I've done a couple of D1 papers and averaged an A in that as well. As for core 4, we're about 3/4 through and I'm finding it ok. The thing is, I really need this A but I can never tell how much revision to do each day. Nor when to revise what subject. My other alevels are btecs so it's entirely focused on maths but I'n worried that I'm going to mess up because of not knowing how to balance revision.
I'd seriously reccomend focusing more on C3/C4 in the long run as it's newer and more difficult to grasp, but don't forget about C1/C2. A lot of the topics overlap (if you're doing edexcel), so that should make it a bit easier.