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    Hey. So depending on what courses you choose- look into the course. Check out exam papers and topics that will come up in your chosen subject and revise beforehand and make revision notes and stuff. Even if you don't know the exam board look at all of them as they may be similar. Good luck! By the way what subjects are you doing. I'm considering redoing my alevels year 1 which means ill be behind one year. Also i will be doing a btec as it'll be easier than a levels for me.
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    what a levels are you taking?
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    Relax! Going into the year refreshed from a tough period exams will be much more beneficial than doing work now and burning out around January time. I just done my AS levels, I'm eager/excited to do A2 but I made the mistake of doing too much too soon last year, which left me very ill during exam season due to stress. Also, have a fun whilst you can because free time is very limited once they begin, especially from January to June (For interest, why subjects are you planning on taking?)
 
 
 
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