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    I am currently studying for my AS examinations. I study English Lang & Lit, Psychology, Religious Studies and History. I have 2 exams for each subject and they are not spread out at all, I have 8 exams in 10 days!! Therefore, I need to get studying but I feel as if I have so much work to do notes on and I don't know we're to start?! Can anybody help?
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    (Original post by lololoh)
    I am currently studying for my AS examinations. I study English Lang & Lit, Psychology, Religious Studies and History. I have 2 exams for each subject and they are not spread out at all, I have 8 exams in 10 days!! Therefore, I need to get studying but I feel as if I have so much work to do notes on and I don't know we're to start?! Can anybody help?
    Start by making lists of all the content you need to know and then divide that up by the amount of time you have, adding in a good few hours for past papers towards the end or as a form of review as you go along.
 
 
 
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