So now I've done my GCSEs, I wish I could redo them, because I really believe I could get straight A*s!
What would you tell your younger self before A Levels on what to espect and how to handle the next 2 years in general? What would you recommend I do in my frst year of A Levels, also considering that I won't be taking any formal exams at the end of this academic year due to the A Level reforms...?
Thanks in advance, and help would be appreciated!
Also, I'm doing an EPQ and I'm thinking about doing it surrounding the subject of medicine but I really don't know where to start, so help for this would be really appreciated because my deadline for my initial idea is next week.
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- Thread Starter
- 31-08-2016 22:18
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- 02-09-2016 23:30
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- 02-09-2016 23:35
Make sure, make sure u try your hardest in first year and gain the highest possible grades for subjects. Do not lack with any revision for exams, treat them all as important. A2 will always be the hardest so it's better to try harder in AS. Socialise with friends but don't prioritise them before your study