Hey, I've heard that we're supposedly by doing an equal amount of revision to the amount of lessons that we have but this seems kind of impossible. For chemistry today I only had two sides of a paper for notes and I don't understand how I'm supposed to stare at that for an hour; it only took 5 minutes to memorise it. Is the hour supposed to include the homework as I haven't actually received any homework yet as it's only the second lesson and most teachers are allowing us for the first and second day?
A level revision time Watch
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- 06-09-2016 21:22
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- 08-09-2016 22:40
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- 09-09-2016 00:22
I think that rule applies more when the term has properly started and content builds up, right now there'll be little to actually be revising..
- 09-09-2016 00:26
If your confident and have the course spec and textbook, why not read and practise further? Early/Mid September is fairly easy imo
- 10-09-2016 22:38
I agree with ^ post. Also many resources online like YT videos to use I'm gonna try and get ahead so in lesson it feels more like revision rather than overwhelming new A2 content
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