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need help in making a revision timetable ? but i'm on the new a level spec (in year 13) where i need to revise my year 12 AS content alongside my A2 content. ideas on how to go about this?
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Which subjects? The content between the two years is more linked in some subjects than others, which will influence your revision
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I have the same problem too, but for me it's chemistry AQA new A level
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I think some of the AS and A2 content link so probably at the times you are revising A2 revise AS before then A2 .

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Which subjects? The content between the two years is more linked in some subjects than others, which will influence your revision
i'm studying biology (OCR), sociology and psychology (AQA)
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i'm studying biology (OCR), sociology and psychology (AQA)
Well, for AQA psychology, the approaches and research methods overlap between AS and A2- so that makes things easier. A lot of the studies are applicable in more than one context too I'd set aside a few hours per week, and revise all the blocks over a two or three week cycle- visiting different content each time. That type of revision works best for me
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