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    I sometimes get really overwhelmed by the amount of work there is at AS. How do other students manage their time and studying in order to get the best grades?
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    I managed to mess up my AS grades, got an E, D and C and a U in Critical Thinking but i don't class that a subject anyway

    Only advice I have is go through all the class notes you made each week for each subject and maybe just re-write them or test yourself to see what you know

    Another good way to revise is by doing past papers - I've found them most helpful

    But if you're AS grades aren;t what you're expecting then don;t worry about it you have a whole year to improve and if they were to be lower than expected then use that as motivation to do better and not something to put yourself down with. Also don't overwork yourself!

    Good luck with your exams!
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    (Original post by BenS1999)
    I managed to mess up my AS grades, got an E, D and C and a U in Critical Thinking but i don't class that a subject anyway

    Only advice I have is go through all the class notes you made each week for each subject and maybe just re-write them or test yourself to see what you know

    Another good way to revise is by doing past papers - I've found them most helpful

    But if you're AS grades aren;t what you're expecting then don;t worry about it you have a whole year to improve and if they were to be lower than expected then use that as motivation to do better and not something to put yourself down with. Also don't overwork yourself!

    Good luck with your exams!
    Thanks, I really appreciate your advice and I will definitely try to do more past papers and study as much as I can 📚😀✅
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    (Original post by Elena 365)
    Thanks, I really appreciate your advice and I will definitely try to do more past papers and study as much as I can 📚😀✅
    No problem Which subjects are you doing out of curiosity?
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    (Original post by BenS1999)
    No problem Which subjects are you doing out of curiosity?
    Law, psychology, history and RS.
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    (Original post by Elena 365)
    Law, psychology, history and RS.
    Sounds a lot more difficult than my A-Levels then
 
 
 
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