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    I am starting AS levels in Chemistry, Physics and Maths soon and plan to do an hour of each subject a day so a total of 3 hours from the first day. With GCSE's I left revision to last minute and didn't do as well as I could have. Are 3 hours going to be ideal?
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    yeah you'll get 3As then!

    I found it useful to do work during 'frees' and less at home.. but some people found it better to waste frees and just cram before exams... lol
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    (Original post by Tinka99)
    I am starting AS levels in Chemistry, Physics and Maths soon and plan to do an hour of each subject a day so a total of 3 hours from the first day. With GCSE's I left revision to last minute and didn't do as well as I could have. Are 3 hours going to be ideal?
    Didn't you cheat in GCSE Maths? You had access to formulae that you weren't allowed?
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    Didn't you cheat in GCSE Maths? You had access to formulae that you weren't allowed?
    No I did not.
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    yeah that sounds good. But It will be hard to maintain that throughout the year. I tried something like that but I ended up being one of those who who wasted frees and crammed before exams. But you probably have better discipline than me lol
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    (Original post by Tinka99)
    No I did not.
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...1#post65239381 "Was I lucky not to get disqualified for the exam?"

    Don't lie lol.. Also after all the "I hate Maths" "Maths is my weak point" threads how come you're taking it onto A Level? The step up I saw from my friends who take it is enormous.
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    (Original post by Kaneki)
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...1#post65239381 "Was I lucky not to get disqualified for the exam?"

    Don't lie lol.. Also after all the "I hate Maths" "Maths is my weak point" threads how come you're taking it onto A Level? The step up I saw from my friends who take it is enormous.
    I did hate Maths but began to like it after I worked harder at GCSE. I also did not cheat.
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    (Original post by Tinka99)
    I did hate Maths but began to like it after I worked harder at GCSE. I also did not cheat.
    Fair enough, just be prepared for the step up.. And sure thing
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    (Original post by Tinka99)
    I did hate Maths but began to like it after I worked harder at GCSE. I also did not cheat.
    I'm thinking about whether I should still report you, in which case exam boards will be able to make amendments to your grades.
 
 
 
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