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    I know that we are the first year of those taking the re-formed A-Levels (sitting the exams in 2017), and so no one will actually have any experience of doing so, but I was just wondering how people were planning on revising for their A-Level exams?

    Are you going to try and keep recapping the first year content whilst you also try to learn and revise the new content that you are learning now? How are you doing this?

    Or are you just going to do the odd few exam questions on some of the old material each week?

    I'm studying Maths, Biology and Chemistry so I know its all quite neatly divided into modules but I still can't get my head around how I'm going to revise the new content I learn this year without forgetting the old content I revised last year? Surely there isn't enough time to do so?!:confused:
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