hello, coming September i will be going into year 12 to start my a-levels and I'm so nervous so if anyone could give me (and other others) some advise then that would great!!! for example, when to revise, managing time etc.
thanks so much!!!
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- Thread Starter
- 18-07-2016 20:36
- 18-07-2016 21:26
what a levels are you doing?
and I suggest but mught nit work for you
kinda go over the notes after each class
then about january start revisong for reals
then like about a month or two before exams start do all past papers possible
also make sure you stay interested and motivated constantly remind yourself why you are doing thwse a levels(mayb to get into a particular university course)
dont be afraid to ask teachers if you dont understand they are usually very good if you willingly ask
and stay on top of all the work you get
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- 18-07-2016 22:48
Hello In terms of AS levels, I personally wish that I'd kept better notes of my subjects and revised them all throughout the year. That way if you have exams in the summer, you're not scrabbling to remember something you forgot about in the Autumn term.
For time management, I'd suggest creating a revision timetable. That way it's easier to condense revision for, say, an hour and then take a break - which should make you more productive but not overwork you.
Also, in some schools (like mine) the teachers can kinda teach the lesson, set homework and go - so if you want teachers to help explain stuff further or help you, you have to ask for it - and they'd be happy to give it. But there's honestly no shame in asking people for help and it's a sign that you're engaged with your subject, which teachers like