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    I've just finished my gcse's and with the whole of summer ahead I was wondering what I should do with regards to A-Level prep. I'm hoping to do drama, English literature and law, does anyone have any ideas of how to get a head start and be well prepared for them?
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    (Original post by sophie_2000)
    I've just finished my gcse's and with the whole of summer ahead I was wondering what I should do with regards to A-Level prep. I'm hoping to do drama, English literature and law, does anyone have any ideas of how to get a head start and be well prepared for them?
    Do plenty of reading, and just get yourself into the mindset of enjoying those subjects. Don't focus too much on it though. Make sure you remember to take a break, chill, enjoy your time off to be prepared and ready to knuckle down. Reading different kinds of books and plays would be good, especially any that take your fancy that could come up in the next couple of years. See if you can get out to see some plays too!
 
 
 
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