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    Well I just received my mock results and I got U, U and I didn't really revise that much and it's too much info to go in my mind. The subjects I'm taking is art sociology and psychology and I really want to get a B/A and my exams in May but I think it's impossible so I've given up because I already know I'm going to fail I find revision really boring and always watch Netflix I mean I waste my time a lot and I lack no motivation can anyone help me please on what to do and when to start and how many hours a day?
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    (Original post by Rohina123)
    Well I just received my mock results and I got U, U and I didn't really revise that much and it's too much info to go in my mind. The subjects I'm taking is art sociology and psychology and I really want to get a B/A and my exams in May but I think it's impossible so I've given up because I already know I'm going to fail I find revision really boring and always watch Netflix I mean I waste my time a lot and I lack no motivation can anyone help me please on what to do and when to start and how many hours a day?
    3 or 4 months before your exam and its recommended that you study 8 hrs but it's entirely upto you you might need less whatsoever. I am a candidate of mayjune myself so we are pretty much on the same page...
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    (Original post by Rohina123)
    Well I just received my mock results and I got U, U and I didn't really revise that much and it's too much info to go in my mind. The subjects I'm taking is art sociology and psychology and I really want to get a B/A and my exams in May but I think it's impossible so I've given up because I already know I'm going to fail I find revision really boring and always watch Netflix I mean I waste my time a lot and I lack no motivation can anyone help me please on what to do and when to start and how many hours a day?
    REVISE NOW. I did my AS levels and I can advise you to start revising now. Ideally you should've been revising before now
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    Start of February is plenty of time. Just make a schedule, and stick to it.
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    Start now or at the beginning of February. Also make a timetable and try to stick to it.


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