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    Please post any tips or techniques on how to gain the top grades at A level... thanks

    work hard.

    Always understand something on the day sounds good, I know a few friends who have struggled because they left some of the content they are uneasy about to revise much later on. It sounds generic, but if you don't understand something make sure you understand it there or at least try your best to, like asking your teacher or peers. In my opinion, this makes revision much easier.

    Being organised also helps and good time management skills, but other than that there is no secret formula, if you want good grades you work for them.


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