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    I just did one year of AS but I failed!! So I am now going to repeat the year taking different subjects (English lang, Sociology and Psychology) at a different college.

    My mental health has been getting pretty bad around December - April time these past few years and I usually lose motivation to revise. I wasn't really revising before December as I didn't think I would need to.

    I think it might be good to try and get more done at the start of the year so things don't get on top of me in the middle of the year. Does anyone else start doing regular revision from the start of the school year?? If so, how often?

    Sorry if this is a silly question but I'm dumb xx
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    Little but consistent revision is always better than last minute cramming, so I'd definitely recommend it
 
 
 
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