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    Okay so I am in year 12, doing Bio Chem and Physics. Got an A in Bio Gcse and an A* in Chem Gcses and an A in physics Gcses. Did a couple of tests recently and I got all Es and Ds in those subjects. What are your tips, like what can i do to improve. And do you think there is time to improve since we are now in November and the real exams are just a corner away.
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    well it's purely a matter of time really. Im in the second year (did just what your doing but with maths too)
    and apart from maths (kinda) the exact same thing happened to me.
    Basically your mind is fixated on answering questions GCSE style plus the A level content is hard plus the exam questions are VERY specific.
    I didnt see an improvement by january but that's cause i only looked at revision guides.
    The best thing to do is do past paper questions (in physics thats pretty much the ONLY way to revise) and you will improve. At first you will get them wrong of course but the more you do the quicker youll be back to normal.
 
 
 
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