I have just done my GCSEs and provided I get the results I want I am going to be taking Maths, Chemistry, Biology and Geography for A level.
So far I haven't really been given much bridging work to do this summer, only a list of books to read. Aside from that, is there anything else I can do to prepare for A levels? I've heard the gap from GCSE to A level is huge so I don't want to be falling behind in September.
Are there any resources e.g. online that help with starting A levels or would you recommend starting to read the textbooks I would be using next year?
I just don't know where to start aha
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- Thread Starter
- 30-07-2016 15:02
- 30-07-2016 15:46
Firstly id like to say that you absolutely don't need to be doing work over this summer and id advise you to enjoy it, you wont have such a long one next year and during it you will likely be preparing for uni. You can start work in September and still get all As at AS. However if you want to do some work them for bio and chem id recommend the CGP head start guides, they are quite cheap and help to introduce key concepts that you shouldn't find too hard. For maths go onto exam solutions and work your way through his tutorials, but there's no need to do any questions. I didn't do geography so I cant really help with that, but id imagine that you can find some stuff online. What would be useful is to print off the spec for each of your subjects and go through it, this will help you to understand what your going to be learning and what you need to know. Good luck and have an great summer