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    okay so i started sixth form on the 6th of September, and i started revising from day one, however i want to start properly revising on September the 19th which is this upcoming Monday is that still considered to be early in the year so from that Monday i would of been in school for three weeks.
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    It's never too early to start learning
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    How can you revise when you haven't learnt anything yet? Its better to work hard throughout the year, but dont start revising now or you'll be burnt out by May
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    Nah, just work, you need to discover new content not revisit old stuff. Start revising in November/December right now you should be looking turn the page forward not back
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    I'm also in your position. Personally I'm just writing my notes in to my folder and that's still doing revision and consolidating knowledge. I'm not going to revise unless my teacher tells me too for a test 😉


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