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    I do sociology, geography and economics.I have done all my notes for my A2 exams but haven't read over and memorised them yet. I have one AS retake next week and need to prioritise my revision on that. I'll have 3 weeks after that until my first A2 exam. Is that enough time to revise my notes, do past papers and get all As? Any tips would be much appreciated .
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    Possibly, but if you really think so then I'd prepare for disappointment on results day. Good luck.
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    (Original post by pizzanomics)
    Possibly, but if you really think so then I'd prepare for disappointment on results day. Good luck.
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    Who cares if you don't think its possible. Just give it your best go, you've got nothing to lose.
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    Well it's not impossible, but only 3 weeks worth of proper revision is leaving it a little bit late. Stranger things have happened.

    Just power through right until the very last second and you'll still probably do alright. I guess it all depends what your AS grades were too.
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    (Original post by youknowmystyle)
    I do sociology, geography and economics.I have done all my notes for my A2 exams but haven't read over and memorised them yet. I have one AS retake next week and need to prioritise my revision on that. I'll have 3 weeks after that until my first A2 exam. Is that enough time to revise my notes, do past papers and get all As? Any tips would be much appreciated .
    I know someone who revised 2 weeks before their Chemistry exams and they ended up getting an A. Apparently this person was revising 16 hours a day.
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    I'm in a similar situation, I've got 4 retakes lol and it leaves me about 3/4 weeks to revise for 6 a2 exams. In currently only focusing on the retakes as it's easier to get a good grade on them and they count the same % as a2 exams. I got ADD (Dropped E) and I need ABB or higher. Will the 3 weeks he enough to revise? I'm taking law economics and business btw.

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    (Original post by martinnmartin)
    I'm in a similar situation, I've got 4 retakes lol and it leaves me about 3/4 weeks to revise for 6 a2 exams. In currently only focusing on the retakes as it's easier to get a good grade on them and they count the same % as a2 exams. I got ADD (Dropped E) and I need ABB or higher. Will the 3 weeks he enough to revise? I'm taking law economics and business btw.

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    You should be able to revise for resits and A2 exams at the same time, otherwise you're going to be poorly prepared. A2 should help recap a lot of AS anyway (synoptic aspect.) You aren't going to put yourself in a good position simply revising AS and then A2


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    it was sooooo easy!!
 
 
 
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