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    Some people may see this as a bit of a stupid question but, I need some advice. During the Easter holidays I'm going on holiday for the full two weeks to Orlando, but I have my first year A levels exams in English Literature, Psychology and Religious Studies coming up. I'm planning on revising whilst on holiday however, I'm unsure of how and how long I should spend revising whilst away. I would still like to enjoy the trip as it is a holiday, but also I need to get some revision in. Any tips on how I can manage it all would be greatly appreciated, thank you!
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    How I personally Beth is whenever people are getting ready to go out for meals in the evening I would get a shower first and stick some revision in before everyone else is ready then you can still enjoy your holiday in the day and revise during the night, also you can get your parents throughout the day to get ready made revision cards you made before you went on holiday and every so often get your parents to get a card out of their bag and ask you a question.
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    (Original post by Jordan15111998)
    How I personally Beth is whenever people are getting ready to go out for meals in the evening I would get a shower first and stick some revision in before everyone else is ready then you can still enjoy your holiday in the day and revise during the night, also you can get your parents throughout the day to get ready made revision cards you made before you went on holiday and every so often get your parents to get a card out of their bag and ask you a question.
    Thank you so much, it may only seem like a little bit of advice but it has kind of helped put my mind at ease in a way. I know have a sort of little plan in my head about how whenever we are not doing anything or waiting around for something I'll slip in a little revision. This has been quite useful to me, so thank you
 
 
 
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