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    right i'm gonna be honestly ill didn't do nearly enough work last year i did the amount i did for gcse and thought i'd be ok, ended up with a D and cried

    Carried it in for a2 as the spec is linear so the D doesn't count . AND I AM ALREADY STRUGGLING . Already feel overwhelmed with new stuff. I got 12% in a recent unit test. (it was hard and not many people did well so wasn't too embarrassing .. however this was the excuse i gave my self last year...)

    Anyone know how i can keep on track of AS and a2 basically anything to help

    hii i'm exactly like you...i also got a D in biology on the new spec..

    what i've tried to do is go over my A2 work on the day that i've done the work and try to answer as many exam style questions as i can.. alongside this i do my AS work on the weekend and in my private study times which has helped me a lot. start with the modules you struggled with the most and make notes and as many questions as possible.. its helped me. Aiming for a C at least

    hope it helps
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