Without boring you too much on back story. I'm coming up to my AS exams, I spent the winter term (September to Christmas) in a college getting absolutely no work done and returned to school in January. After returning to school I took a month off school because of glandular fever. Now my first exam is in 6 days and I am not at all prepared.
I can't resit the year in my school, my only option is resits alongside A2. However already having 9 exams this year it'll make my second year impossible.
My subjects are Physics, Maths, Chemistry and English Literature.
If I want to go to a good Uni next year I'm going to need to get at least C's this year. I don't even have predicted grades because I've missed every mock.
My exams are as follows: (In order)
C1 (18th May), English Lit 1 (20th May), PH1 (24th May), C2 (25th May), English Lit 2 (26th May), CH1 (27th May)
PH2, (9th June), CH2 (10th June), M1 (21st June)
I won't continue English Literature next year, how can I organise the time I have left to try and do relatively well in every subject? I'm not a good reviser and have no idea how I'm going to do this.
(Any advice welcome)
HELP! 6 days to maximise revision watch
- Thread Starter
- 12-05-2016 20:19
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- 14-05-2016 21:50
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