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    Hi, as long as my GCSE grades are okay, I'll be studying Biology,Chemistry, maths and French next year for As level. Does anyone have any tips on how I can start to prepare for September as I really need to get at least 4 A's next year?
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    Maybe start reading over the spec and seeing what you are going to be learning so you kind of know where your lessons are heading. Also, would advise to definitely make notes as you go along, so you do not need to cram revise near the end. I just did my AS exams, I made notes at the end of each topic (our school does a lot of end of unit tests) but I found it was a lot of notes to make in one go so would be better to do it on a weekly basis, and go over them all maybe a day or two each holiday you get to refresh your memory so you do not forget earlier topics
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    If you want to start revising maths I would suggest you use examsolutions


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