I have an A level exam on Wednesday morning and I'm really stressing out. I have been revising constantly for it for the past couple of weeks and now I'm going over the last couple of bits but nothing seems to be going in - I'm working myself up into a bit of a tiz. I feel like I've still got a long way to go if i want to get the grade I want. I have the opportunity to take it again next year when in my second year of sixth form but I don't particularly want to take it again? Does anyone have any tips for last minute revision/stress?
A level Geology exam Watch
- Thread Starter
- 25-04-2016 21:16
- 25-04-2016 21:23
The most important thing to do is try not to panic - you can't think well if you're nervous! I know that's easier said than done, but take some deep breaths and try to relax. You've probably learned and know more than you think you do!
I'd suggest getting a copy of the specification for the module you're going to do the exam on, and try to identify any bits which you're really not sure on, and just go over those.
Are there any topics in particular you're unsure of? I did A Level Geology, so I might be able to help you out