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    So maybe I'm overthinkng and exam stress is kicking in.
    Anyway so my first exam is in 115 days-So that's like 4 months or so ( psychology exam) but I feel as though I've left revision too late? Although though I've just finished revising for my january mocks I still feel that there's so much more need to go over before June.

    Baring in mind I take psychology, Biology, and English language, and am predicted AAB. I got AABC at AS. I just need an alternate perspective as to whether I'm being irrational about thinking that I won't cover everything in time( i try to revise daily) .
    I just feel with the new exams being linear I literally have to know, off by heart, 2 years worth of information, for subjects that aren't the easiest either.

    So yeah I'm anxious that I won't be able to cover everything. With the new a levels now being linear is it just me feeling like this? Or will the 4 months I have left be enough?

    So yeah, if you've finished your A levels when did you start revising? Or when would you advice it is best to start for definite? And, would you say I have enough time to cover it all?

    Yer fukt
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