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    I have been revising all year, not fully but sort off,
    can I cram sociology, history and english in two weeks
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    Yeah, if you're efficient with your time. Depends also by what you mean by 'sort of' revising - do you feel as if you know the content?
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    3 subjects in 2 weeks should be doable and they're just a essay based subjects so it won't be too bad...
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    Hopefully I've got my AS in sociology in 15 days and I'm panicking!
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    (Original post by LennyBicknel)
    Yeah, if you're efficient with your time. Depends also by what you mean by 'sort of' revising - do you feel as if you know the content?
    it is the finer details
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    Two weeks is more than enough.
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    If it was impossible, would you give up? I certainly wouldn't. :dumbells:

    So erm.. don't give up. Give it your best shot. :rave:
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    If you understand all the content, 2 weeks is ample time to learn and remember it all.
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    1 week to memorise content and 1 week exam practice.
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    (Original post by Arkasia)
    Two weeks is more than enough.
    I'm stressing so bad and idk why this particular comment made me feel so much better
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    (Original post by mar1enneh)
    I have been revising all year, not fully but sort off,
    can I cram sociology, history and english in two weeks
    More than enough time. I would suggest learning things in chunks of essays that are likely to come up. Most of the time, essay subjects regurgitate the same focus of an essay just with a slightly different title. Go through past papers for the last couple of years and you'll see what I mean. For english, classics and philosophy AS levels I only revised for 2 weeks. Rote learnt essays because it's easier for your memory to remember grouped information than just information. Got AAA, 95% english, 96% classics and 100% in philosophy. You can definitely do it!
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    (Original post by alkaline.)
    I'm stressing so bad and idk why this particular comment made me feel so much better
    I naturally exude confidence and a calming effect, it happens.

    Don't worry about exams, they'll go fine, and there's still loads of time left.
 
 
 
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