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    hello,
    so my first exam is the 12th June i do Economics, English Literature and Spanish.
    i have been working okay so far this year, however, ive just still a few more notes to make for econ, English quotes to learn along with poetry and my spanish oral and essays to learn.
    do you think id have enough time to do it all? or am i wasting my time making notes. im aiming for 3 A's and have listened a lot in class therefore i already know a good proportion of the theory of the top of my head. can anyone give me any advice without me stressing, i know i should have started earlier but if i learn really early i forget, i was very laid back last year with my gcses and yes i know they were gcses and still got 5 A's and 4 B's. so my AS' are over 2 weeks and im off on study leave so i will be doing intensive revision everyday so i have exactly one month, i can learn them in a month right?
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    A month? Of course you can. That's like 200-300 hours of revision. You can do this. Work hard. Achieve. Go.
 
 
 
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