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    i havent started yet, i was thinking maybe start this weekend? I'm doing bio chem maths by the way
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    anyone?
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    Whatever suits you best, buddy.
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    That really depends on you. I personally started revising 2 weeks before my exams and didn't really bother with revision during the year. Managed to get ACD at AS(physics/maths/chem) but I could do much better if I revised more. Now I regret it because looks like I will have to retake C1 and C2 since the unis I'm looking at require at least B in maths.
    There's no point of revising now in my opinion. Firstly because you haven't covered that much material, and secondly you are very unlikely to remember it in 2-3 months time. I think March is a good time to start and that's what I'm planning to do before A-Levels.
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    Whatever suits you best, buddy.
    haha thanks for the tip
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    (Original post by jqb2903)
    That really depends on you. I personally started revising 2 weeks before my exams and didn't really bother with revision during the year. Managed to get ACD at AS(physics/maths/chem) but I could do much better if I revised more. Now I regret it because looks like I will have to retake C1 and C2 since the unis I'm looking at require at least B in maths.
    There's no point of revising now in my opinion. Firstly because you haven't covered that much material, and secondly you are very unlikely to remember it in 2-3 months time. I think March is a good time to start and that's what I'm planning to do before A-Levels.
    yeah you're right, this is just the second week I've been to school so yeah we definitely havent covered much, however i am finding some stuff harder so i was wondering whether i should go over stuff in good detail now so even if i do forget near the end i can just read a few pointers and get back on track. thanks for the helpful response
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    First round of revision in October just ensuring you understand everything, second in December and try to jump a bit ahead here by reading over what's coming up and gaining a basic understanding of it so you're prepared and don't fall behind, third in March then keep going over everything until exams
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    (Original post by zayn008)
    First round of revision in October just ensuring you understand everything, second in December and try to jump a bit ahead here by reading over what's coming up and gaining a basic understanding of it so you're prepared and don't fall behind, third in March then keep going over everything until exams
    ah nice plan, i also feel i should be properly concentrating on revision first in october to consolidate the stuff we went through so i don't fall behind i am also planning to read ahead as well. thanks so much
 
 
 
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