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    I have opted to take all 3 sciences (Chemistry, Physics and Biology) and maths at A-level, simply because I hate English and geography or art and I quite liked all the sciences at GCSE and I found them manageable, it also gives me lots of options since I'm not sure what I want to take at university yet. People always say good luck and more to me and I was wondering how to manage and handle my time and if it really is that difficult?
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    (Original post by Simon_allen)
    I have opted to take all 3 sciences (Chemistry, Physics and Biology) and maths at A-level, simply because I hate English and geography or art and I quite liked all the sciences at GCSE and I found them manageable, it also gives me lots of options since I'm not sure what I want to take at university yet. People always say good luck and more to me and I was wondering how to manage and handle my time and if it really is that difficult?
    Just get on top of things from the beginning, don't procrastinate on homework and on any remaining classwork that needs to be completed, and plan like mad by making a to-do list daily! You will be fine, trust me. Just work hard and effectively, and nearer to the exam season keep repeating past papers.
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    Okay thanks a lot!
 
 
 

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