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    Hey guys,
    So last year i got cccc and dropped psychology to take on chemistry, biology and business at a2. I would really like to get at least ABB, would you say it is possible. Also i have already started to revise for my exams in june, im resitting chemitry unit 2, biology unit 1, and business unit 1, i have started to do past papers for each unit, is it too early to start past papers?
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    (Original post by jadder1224)
    Hey guys,
    So last year i got cccc and dropped psychology to take on chemistry, biology and business at a2. I would really like to get at least ABB, would you say it is possible. Also i have already started to revise for my exams in june, im resitting chemitry unit 2, biology unit 1, and business unit 1, i have started to do past papers for each unit, is it too early to start past papers?
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    I mean compared to all of these A*A*A*A* Cambridge lot you're way behind schedule.

    But right now is a great time to start revising I wouldn't leave it any later as I'm afraid you'll run out of time
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    No such thing as 'too early to revise'
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    Not at all. You'll have covered most of the course by now, so you should start going over what you've already learnt. Starting now will save you many headaches down the line.
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    (Original post by jadder1224)
    Hey guys,
    So last year i got cccc and dropped psychology to take on chemistry, biology and business at a2. I would really like to get at least ABB, would you say it is possible. Also i have already started to revise for my exams in june, im resitting chemitry unit 2, biology unit 1, and business unit 1, i have started to do past papers for each unit, is it too early to start past papers?
    Thankyou
    make sure you have revised the content fully before you start doing past papers in earnest, so when you do them your main concern will be dialing in on exam technique/phrasings etc
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    Hey guys thankyou for your answers, they have really helped!
    Also while I'm at college, Im doing ten exams, I've done a timetable for 2 one hour sessions of revision for 2 modules a day. So that spread over 5 college days is I hour revision for each exam a week. Is that enough. I'm mean obviously going to revise more during study leave, and Easter holidays, but is that enough while I'm at college.

    Thankyou
 
 
 
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