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    Guys...is 100 days enough to revise for 26 exams? Does anyone have guidance on ways to revise,and a realistic timetable,like how many hours a day? I need like A's and A*'s to get into my opted college,and if I don't,I feel like my parents will disown me...please help! I've accepted I won't get A's in English or French,but if anyone could give tips on English to,that would be amazing because I just don't understand extracts I read:/ please help!!
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    How you revise is very personal depending on what works for you. Start early so you have time to go over things again and again, make sure you understand everything and have covered everything and do past papers in the time allowed.
 
 
 
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