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    I did too much revision if anything, probably more for GCSE than at A level, but only for the subjects I got A*s in. So my results might not look particularly great on a place like this but I was proud of UMS anyhow. In general I just copied facts over and over till I remembered them and did past papers.
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    (Original post by nisha.sri)
    You still did well how did you revise ?
    What exams are you sitting?
    i've got;
    English Language
    English Literature
    Maths
    Science Core
    Science Additional
    Science Further Additional
    Computing
    ICT
    Business studies
    History
    PRE Short course (Half a GCSE)
    Citizenship (Half a GCSE)
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    What exams are you sitting?
    i've got;
    English Language
    English Literature
    Maths
    Science Core
    Science Additional
    Science Further Additional
    Computing
    ICT
    Business studies
    History
    PRE Short course (Half a GCSE)
    Citizenship (Half a GCSE)
    I am doing
    Biology 1,2,3
    Chemistry 1,2,3
    Physics 1,2,3
    Geography 1,2,3
    Maths
    Statistics
    French
    Psychology
    English Literature
    English Language
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    5A's and 5A*'s
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    2A*'s
    4A's
    3B's

    BTEC Business - Distinction* (apparently = 2A*'s, but no one thinks that. Would've done a GCSE in the subject if my school offered it)

    Only revised during study leave by reading through revision guides... Should've revised more. Tried this tactic at AS, didn't work quite so well.
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    (Original post by nisha.sri)
    Do you writing notes help? Thank you for your advice
    Definitely! Plus notes are easier to go over afterwards (as opposed to textbooks), seeing as you can make them more concise. No worries
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    Definitely! Plus notes are easier to go over afterwards (as opposed to textbooks), seeing as you can make them more concise. No worries
    Ok How many hours did you revise for during the easter and what type of revision did you do when you were really close to your exams?

    I'm so sorry , i am literally questioning you so much
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    (Original post by swagswagswag)
    5A's and 5A*'s
    How did you revise
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    (Original post by nisha.sri)
    Why do you say that ?
    They are annoying
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    They are annoying
    I guess they are
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    (Original post by nisha.sri)
    Ok How many hours did you revise for during the easter and what type of revision did you do when you were really close to your exams?

    I'm so sorry , i am literally questioning you so much
    Ahaha, that's alright - I probably did a few hours a day during easter on average, but in reality I tend to do long periods of studying then long periods of procrastination

    When I was really close to exams, it was literally just past papers & looking over the notes on the stuff I really wasn't sure of.
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    Ahaha, that's alright - I probably did a few hours a day during easter on average, but in reality I tend to do long periods of studying then long periods of procrastination

    When I was really close to exams, it was literally just past papers & looking over the notes on the stuff I really wasn't sure of.
    Lol that is true, sometimes i don't get motivated at all and it really annoys me.
    Sometimes i am so motivated that i would do tonnes of work
    How is AS/ A level?

    Btw I've always wanted to say this - ok not always but I swear i've seen you somewhere or someone like you
    P.s Your really pretty- please excuse my awkwardness lol
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    Lol that is true, sometimes i don't get motivated at all and it really annoys me.
    Sometimes i am so motivated that i would do tonnes of work
    How is AS/ A level?

    Btw I've always wanted to say this - ok not always but I swear i've seen you somewhere or someone like you
    P.s Your really pretty- please excuse my awkwardness lol
    Ditto, although nowadays it feels like I spend most of my time with nada motivation AS are fun, although I'm doing 5 (6 if you want to count an EPQ) so they're a tad stressful at times..

    Why thank you Haha, you may have done if you're into MUN.
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    Ditto, although nowadays it feels like I spend most of my time with nada motivation AS are fun, although I'm doing 5 (6 if you want to count an EPQ) so they're a tad stressful at times..

    Why thank you Haha, you may have done if you're into MUN.
    Haha Lol Good luck in your AS Have fun
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    Every time When I revise I start thinking of me opening my envelope on results day.. I get so stressed
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    12A*s and an A in additional maths, which is the highest you can get.
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    good enough results to get me into the best university in the country.
    Maybe because the A-level system is changing GCSE results will become a more important part of your application, but I have seen some of my friends with 11A*'s get rejected at Oxbridge.

    Basically if you f*** up your aptitude test for Oxbridge, no number of A*'s at GCSE will save you, and you still won't make the cut. Also interviews play a big role (especially Oxford).
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    12A*s and an A in additional maths, which is the highest you can get.
    how did you revise?
 
 
 

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