Congrats to all the people that did amazingly well in their AS, I did average tbh ( a C in maths) so im asking those that did really well for detailed advice on how they did it, how many hours they spent and how they planned their revision, and please be realistic , if you had no social life at all then tell me ,i really have up my game this year. For alevel i am doing chemistry, biology and physics so advice on those subjects specifically would be great. Please help!
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- 22-08-2016 13:05
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- 22-08-2016 15:18
Everyone will have different study and revision methods but the best thing is to keep at it and start early. You'll work out what works best for you over time. Putting in large quantities of time doesn't guarantee quality of revision.