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    How many hours of revision do you recommend doing on the weekends for AS level ???
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    Which subjects are you doing?

    Doing 45 mins per subject per day is a good starting point. Adjust as necessary.
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    Which subjects are you doing?

    Doing 45 mins per subject per day is a good starting point. Adjust as necessary.
    I am doing law psychology history and RS. Also I find studying very overwhelming as AS level and I find that note taking is very time-consuming for my subjects. What do you do to study for your exams?
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    I am doing law psychology history and RS. Also I find studying very overwhelming as AS level and I find that note taking is very time-consuming for my subjects. What do you do to study for your exams?
    You have to make sure that you're studying effectively. Last year I did Maths, Chemistry, Computer Science and English, dropping Chemistry at the start of this year. Unfortunately our subjects don't cross over much but for Maths past papers were super useful. If you can get past papers for your subjects that would be a good idea.

    I did RS at GCSE so it might not be the same, but I found that knowing basic quotes for each religion made it easy to apply them to any given question.

    For the longer essay subjects come up with titles (or find them online) for essays then plan out in detail what you would write. You don't have to actually write the essay but as long as you have a very good idea of what you would write in the exam.

    All of these methods double up as note-taking too, especially the planning essays one.

    Hope I helped. Good luck!
 
 
 
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