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    Is two months into year 12 still considered early in year, (still didn't start revision)
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    No. It's not early. It's 2 months late. Don't let anyone fool you. Catch up to the work you've missed and let me just say a few last things:

    Work hard. Work smart. Keep your options open by doing many things like Volunteering, researching some courses to see what kind of wider reading could benefit you, doing some sports etc.

    If you can sort out your study habits and discipline yourself, in the long-run, you'll actually have less work to do, or at the very least you won't feel like you've got a lot to do.
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    I definitely agree with the above post. Yes 2 months is early in but you really need to start revising - try doing 30 minutes per subject per day. The earlier you start the quicker you get through the specification and the quicker you can start past papers. I'm in year 13 and I've already revised half of the examined content in business, economics and law and now I'm starting passed papers.
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    (Original post by BR26071999)
    I definitely agree with the above post. Yes 2 months is early in but you really need to start revising - try doing 30 minutes per subject per day. The earlier you start the quicker you get through the specification and the quicker you can start past papers. I'm in year 13 and I've already revised half of the examined content in business, economics and law and now I'm starting passed papers.
    But if i start now, do you think taht is considered like early revsion?
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    (Original post by Freshstart123)
    But if i start now, do you think taht is considered like early revsion?
    No not really you should be revising from the very beginning. But in relation to other students definitely
 
 
 
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