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    Hey guys its gonna be a suuuuper tough two yrs for me; Im doing maths physics chem bio and further maths!!!!! I just finished my a levels, and was looking for some really good tips that you may have

    I've done the same subjects ( except fm) up to AS so far and I think the key is to be constantly revising. Don't do the GCSE way of working all year and then cramming a few days before, instead go over the content your learning as your learning it. Then start past papers around Feb and do all of them, and you should do well.

    I do the same subjects and one of the best pieces of advice that I can offer is that you should start learning the course during the summer. This way, when you begin, you won't find concepts too challenging (especially physics and chemistry).
    I did this and it did me a treat as I was able to get and maintain top grades throughout the year
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