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    I do maths, biology, psychology and history, my mock results were very mixed (ranged from A to D, but I knew I needed more practice at exam questions because we haven't done much of that yet but will be doing after the Easter holidays). I complete all my homework, generally understand most the topics and ask if I don't.

    Revision wise I've done a few reminder flashcards for maths as well as lots of worksheets and past paper questions, for biology I've done flashcards for unit 1 and 2 and will finish off 3 and do 4 soon as well as some past papers which I've got A's and B's on. For psychology I've done past paper questions and made flashcards for every topic apart from one which is a short topic. For history I've made condensed notes for most of my chapters. I will continue to finish off my flashcards/notes which I will finish off in the Easter holidays. I've only looked over these briefly, should I revise more? I know some of the content well, but not fully.
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