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So this half term in terms of revision I've done;

Monday~ Written 2 English Language essays & finished a 3rd
Tuesday~ 2 maths papers
Wednesday~ 4-5 hours sociology revision, covered most of Family
Thursday~ 4 hours psychology revision, covered social influence & 2 memory topics
Friday~2-3 hours sociology revision, 1 1/2 education topics

I've got mock exams w/c 6th March (AS)
Aiming for AABB in mocks
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You could of done a bit more imo but atleast you're working and we all work differently. Make sure you work SMART and do as many exam questions as you can. One tip thats helped me is doing exam questions after each topic because you're doing two things at once and it can be more efficient. Also say family was the first topic and you learn all the content bit by bit when you start exam questions you will have forgotton how to answer questions on family.
for maths for e.g say you dont understand logs in c2 then do worksheets on logs and exam questions and then move onto integration ect ect
hope this helps
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You could of done a bit more imo but atleast you're working and we all work differently. Make sure you work SMART and do as many exam questions as you can. One tip thats helped me is doing exam questions after each topic because you're doing two things at once and it can be more efficient. Also say family was the first topic and you learn all the content bit by bit when you start exam questions you will have forgotton how to answer questions on family.
for maths for e.g say you dont understand logs in c2 then do worksheets on logs and exam questions and then move onto integration ect ect
hope this helps

Thank you!
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