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    I've got 4 exams this year.
    I need B's in each paper, to get AAA overall.

    I do English, pol and histroy

    I know some english, a little pol and literally no history.

    is it too late??
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    (Original post by mutantman52)
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    I've got 4 exams this year.
    I need B's in each paper, to get AAA overall.

    I do English, pol and histroy

    I know some english, a little pol and literally no history.

    is it too late??
    Yes.
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    Just use what time you have left and work as hard as possible. You cna only do your best.
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    no the negativity is not getting to me.

    English im getting a B, deffo. Just need to maintain where I am now
    Pol, wit some work Ill be on a B
    History will take a bulk of my time. but **** me
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    (Original post by mutantman52)
    no the negativity is not getting to me.

    English im getting a B, deffo. Just need to maintain where I am now
    Pol, wit some work Ill be on a B
    History will take a bulk of my time. but **** me
    You obviously have enough time! You just have to work, History honestly doesn't take that long, it's only the content which takes a while to memorise but if you summarise it well, pick out the key points out cleverly then you should be okay!
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    You definitely have enough time! Last year I also started around this time and came out just fine (though that was AS, and I'm guessing you're A2?). Definitely spend the most time on the subject you're worst at (history?) but don't neglect the one(s) you're good at. Make flashcards, do papers, watch videos, teach someone else (or pretend to teach someone else by speaking out loud without the book in front of you about the topic, just make sure no one is home while you do it ) basically work hard and you'll be fine. Good luck
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    It might be a good idea to make yourself a study plan in order to split up your time fairly evenly - maybe spending a touch more time on History if you really feel like it needs extra work. Also, I'd suggest making a list of everything you need to learn at the beginning of your revision, to try and make sure you can fit it all in. (Maybe rank the topics you need to revise in order of importance, so if you run out of time you won't have neglected anything major). I know you can do this - good luck!
 
 
 
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