What are you gonna do in your holidays I feel that I should start getting ready for A levels and get all my resources and and revision guides and read through a couple of them getting a heard start because A levels are seen nearly as hard as university degrees.
But on the other hand I feel like **** college it hasn't even started and enjoy my holidays to the fullest and binge watch every anime and series I've been holding back and go out with friends or go park playing football nearly everyday.
Need some advice btw I'm olny in England for a month and a half of the rest I'm on holiday in dubai🤑🎉🎉🎉
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Last edited by Deyesy; 31-05-2016 at 18:46.
- 31-05-2016 14:52
- 31-05-2016 14:57
If your subjects are going to be continuations from GCSE (e.g. Maths, French, English Literature) then I'd consider making sure you keep your knowledge on those subjects up to date For other subjects like Sociology, Psychology, Law etc. which you haven't done at GCSE, I wouldn't worry about it - everyone will be in the same boat.
Purchase revision guides as long as you ensure you're purchasing the correct ones (remember the second phase of the AS/A2/A Level thingy happens this year and a load more subjects go to a new spec.) and if you know which textbooks you need, I would say hold off purchasing in case your college have copies.
If you're really keen about a subject you're doing then perhaps look up the specification for it in advance and read up on that area in advice. That's what I'm planning to do for going from AS to A2
But mainly just enjoy the long break you're gonna have!!!!