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    hi! i'm in year 12 and im currently studying 4 a levels; philosophy, history, politics and english literature... and i couldn't be more stressed out. im doing well in all my subjects, getting straight a's etc however my time management/organisational skills are possibly lacking and i feel so stressed out all the time because i want to revise throughout the year but i'm just so tired. i have mocks in dec and feb and i start HE+ and EPQ in jan. the workload is okay but i feel a lot of pressure because i want at least AAAA and i cant drop an a level after this year. i dont want a subject to suffer because i do 4. does anyone have any advice? on revision, time management or how to achieve good grades?
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    (Original post by rosie.mn)
    hi! i'm in year 12 and im currently studying 4 a levels; philosophy, history, politics and english literature... and i couldn't be more stressed out. im doing well in all my subjects, getting straight a's etc however my time management/organisational skills are possibly lacking and i feel so stressed out all the time because i want to revise throughout the year but i'm just so tired. i have mocks in dec and feb and i start HE+ and EPQ in jan. the workload is okay but i feel a lot of pressure because i want at least AAAA and i cant drop an a level after this year. i dont want a subject to suffer because i do 4. does anyone have any advice? on revision, time management or how to achieve good grades?
    I would suggest creating a study and/or revision timetable. Decide what you want to achieve each day, or each week if you prefer, and draw up a plan of what you want to get done. You don't need to allocate specific time frames to things, simply pick what you are going to do each day/each week. Also add in any deadlines you've got coming up, so you know how long to have to complete each task, this will also help you prioritise your work.

    Good luck
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    (Original post by Leviathan1741)
    I would suggest creating a study and/or revision timetable. Decide what you want to achieve each day, or each week if you prefer, and draw up a plan of what you want to get done. You don't need to allocate specific time frames to things, simply pick what you are going to do each day/each week. Also add in any deadlines you've got coming up, so you know how long to have to complete each task, this will also help you prioritise your work.

    Good luck
    thank you so so much!!!
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    thank you so so much!!!
    You're welcome
 
 
 
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