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    Any advise would help to improve revision progression.
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    Only if you revise in the proper way by specifically noticing your weaknesses and improving them

    Furthermore exam papers are good either as they give you an insight for what actually the examiners are asking about.

    I'm currently doing maths biology and chemistry A2 and am retaking AS

    My exams are in less than 3 months time so Would prefer doing exam papers now then


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    (Original post by Simple_student)
    Only if you revise in the proper way by specifically noticing your weaknesses and improving them

    Furthermore exam papers are good either as they give you an insight for what actually the examiners are asking about.

    I'm currently doing maths biology and chemistry A2 and am retaking AS

    My exams are in less than 3 months time so Would prefer doing exam papers now then


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    Yeah you have way more than enough time. If you start taking it seriously you could even get AAAA. I moved from a U grade in Biology to an A in my mocks in something like 3 weeks. I also moved from an D/E to an A in psychology in 6 weeks. I found this subject harder but basically it is possible. Now I am on A/B grades and am trying to get all A's by the end of the year. It's hard and if you deal with a lack of self confidence and a lot of self doubt you will definitely feel the pressure like I do. But good luck!
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    Definitely; stop worrying and go reviseee
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    (Original post by y_u.know_me)
    Any advise would help to improve revision progression.
    You've got 11 days to do revision before college starts again, it's actually wuite a lot of time.

    If your notes aren't ordered or condensed do that for the first few days. Then go ither topics you struggle with and then finish off with some past papers.
 
 
 
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