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    How are people going about revising all the AS material, while learning A2?
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    I've already started- I made a checklist of all the AS topics I need to cover and then I'm dedicating about five hours a week going over these per subject (so about an hour per topic) as well as learning the A2 content lol r.i.p. me. Hopefully I'll have finished revising the AS content by Christmas so I can focus on weaker areas.
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    Learning A2 content first then coming back to as
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    (Original post by jessyjellytot14)
    I've already started- I made a checklist of all the AS topics I need to cover and then I'm dedicating about five hours a week going over these per subject (so about an hour per topic) as well as learning the A2 content lol r.i.p. me. Hopefully I'll have finished revising the AS content by Christmas so I can focus on weaker areas.
    So you're dedicating 5 hours for AS per subject, or 5 hours for all AS?
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    So you're dedicating 5 hours for AS per subject, or 5 hours for all AS?
    5 hours for AS per subject. Only two of my subjects are linear so it's not too bad.
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    I'm just doing loads of exam papers, most of the content I know already because I revised it properly last year :-)
 
 
 
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