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    Exams are coming up. And I'm wondering what all of your goals are and how you intend to achieve them by the end of this academic year. So.. What are we all aiming for? What work (hours etc) are we putting in to achieve this goal?

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    I do a-levels in Spanish, media, business and Polish. My goal is AA (conditional offer from King's) so I'm making the most out of my no contact lessons, creating my own resources, notes, doing extra research and writing essays. I couldn't revise for long at all previously, but now it's my habit and I love it. This made me more interested in the subjects which made them easy to learn. During the weekend I also spend time at my local library doing school work. Every week, in my planner, I write 'THIS WEEK' goals which I aim to achieve by the end of the week which motivates me more. I have mock exams today so let's see if my revision method works!
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    (Original post by naniolkiewicz)
    I do a-levels in Spanish, media, business and Polish. My goal is AA (conditional offer from King's) so I'm making the most out of my no contact lessons, creating my own resources, notes, doing extra research and writing essays. I couldn't revise for long at all previously, but now it's my habit and I love it. This made me more interested in the subjects which made them easy to learn. During the weekend I also spend time at my local library doing school work. Every week, in my planner, I write 'THIS WEEK' goals which I aim to achieve by the end of the week which motivates me more. I have mock exams today so let's see if my revision method works!
    How did you go from not being able to revise much to now making it your habit?

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    Hey guys - I am studying A2 Media WJEC ---> is anyone else doing the same subject???
    I am doing: Film (The Hunger Games, Skyfall and Fish Tank)- Video Games (The Last of Us, GTA 5 and Just Dance 4) - Newspapers (The Metro, The Guardian and The Daily Mail).

    I hate newspapers -- do not know why my teacher chose this topic - I did get revision notes from a book and managed to annotate covers and articles for each newspaper but I do not really have that much information for Section B. But I heard that it's not good going into the exam knowing the industries you're going to do for each section. I am confident with Video Games and Film in both Section A and Section B. I just do not want Newspapers to let me down. I am aiming for an A (we have all finished our investigation coursework).
 
 
 
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