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    I'm really struggling at the moment to balance time :-( Everytime I feel like I';m on top of one subject I feel like another has dropped off along the way.

    I'm currently studying maths, further maths and history at A2, any advice? (I also have some outside of school commitments including competitive swimming and music lessons / recitals)

    You should find the most efficient way to study for , that works for you , wake up 6AM , get some revision done before your school starts?, it takes 10 days to make a habit , try to make a timetable , plan what you will revise and when and how , make concise notes on everything you learn , so in the future you can just read that and most likely you will recall it easily.
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