Okay so I've REALLY left macro to the last minute, but I still want an A grade. This exam has really taken the back seat in comparison to the others. On the positive, I did a lot of revision for micro and I've done over 4 hours revision for macro today, and after tomorrow (maths and history exams) macro will be my next exam up and I can truly sweat out revision.
I'm aiming to do 12 hours revision each day the next few days, a huge chunk of which will be macro. Tbh the only reason I'm not revising now is because I'm having dinner lol
Enough time to revise for macroeconomics exam on Monday and still get an A grade? Watch
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- 17-05-2016 21:52
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- 19-05-2016 23:20
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- 20-05-2016 15:47
Its possible, have you written notes and done questioms before or is it really all from scratch. As long as you are able to easily understand macroeconomic theory, and have attempted questions by monday you should be fine. I also have theexam on Monday
- 22-05-2016 17:23
you'll be fine! get off TSR, go through the spec. highlight the stuff you do know (you'll be surprised) then go through the stuff you don't. later tonight just do some past papers. if your school is smart, and decided to bless you with an AQA qualification, you'll be extra okay because AQA aren't like the *******s at Edexcel who try to ruin your life