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    Around what month do you recommend that all notes for AS level to be done so I can start revising?📚
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    Start now. What subjects are you doing?
    For maths, j would recommend doing past papers as soon as you finish the module e.g C1, C2 etc
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    [QUOTE=asim1999;69796300]Start now. What subjects are you doing?
    For maths, j would recommend doing past papers as soon as you finish the module e.g C1, C2 etc[/QUOTE

    I am studying law, psychology, history, and RS. When I take notes it is very time consuming, what method of revising do you think is best?😃
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    Start now. What subjects are you doing?
    For maths, j would recommend doing past papers as soon as you finish the module e.g C1, C2 etc[/QUOTE

    I am studying law, psychology, history, and RS. When I take notes it is very time consuming, what method of revising do you think is best?😃
    What I did is look at past essay questions and write down key points for each essay. Will only take 5 minutes per essay. I did that last year when j studied history.
    Watch lectures and videos on the stuff you are learning to gain more understanding. Should save you time in writing notes.
    Also for ]history, do a timeline wth the known imoirtant events and for RS the most important religious wuotes that you need to remember
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    What I did is look at past essay questions and write down key points for each essay. Will only take 5 minutes per essay. I did that last year when j studied history.
    Watch lectures and videos on the stuff you are learning to gain more understanding. Should save you time in writing notes.
    Also for ]history, do a timeline wth the known imoirtant events and for RS the most important religious wuotes that you need to remember
    Thankyou very much, I like the idea of writing key points for essay questions and I will definitely try that out for History. 😃 Also how many hours of revision do you suggest to do over the weekend for AS level?
 
 
 

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