When should I start revising for AS level mocks?

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akash3141
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Well they're in summer and i'm doing physics, chemistry, biology and maths.
For January mocks I started before Christmas, pretty much revised every day till the night hours and ended up with AAAAB (inc. gen. studies which i'm not doing for summer and B was in biology). So considering I want to do medicine, when should I start revision?
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If I were you, I would start in March but mainly doing Maths (because it's linear) but start whenever you feel you need to, don't stress yourself out to much being as they don't count, but clearly you want to get some good predicted grades for applying to uni
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Start March at the latest. Especially for biology. I'm biology there is so much to learn. (Is your maths still modular? If so try and focus on this too as it'll count towards your final A level). Physics and chemistry also require a lot of revision, but less so than biology. I'd recommend starting soon. I started way too late, I did okay but I could've done better.

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