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    When is the best time to start revising for A2 and does anyone have any revision tips to get high grades?
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    you should definitely go over the topics once you finish them in class, and have done all your notes before april, after that spend the rest of your time doing past papers, at least each paper available for each subject, as you get closer to the exams just keep practicing papers.

    Also when making notes use the specification so you have everything required
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    (Original post by PhoenixBlaze123)
    you should definitely go over the topics once you finish them in class, and have done all your notes before april, after that spend the rest of your time doing past papers, at least each paper available for each subject, as you get closer to the exams just keep practicing papers.

    Also when making notes use the specification so you have everything required
    Yep, completely agree with this! Maybe make 'Cheat sheets' for each of your topics as well around the April time... That's a good way to summarise things.
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    and whatever you do.. don't leave it last minute like I did. Not enough time to do papers, which is probably the most crucial part
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    Should have started revising for your A2s after your GCSEs tbh 🔫🔫
 
 
 
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