So I didn't do as well as I wanted to in a couple A level exams. In the separate exams I got A* and As but one paper let me down a lot so my rounded grade wasn't what I liked, so I know I can improve. My firm uni which I loved from the beginning is letting me resit the year and apply next year so I'm redoing some two subjects next June (4 individual exams in total)
I'm resitting the exams as a private candidate but when should I start revising? At the moment I'm just chilling (a gap/schooling year-ish....) but what my question is when should I start revising? I'm only questioning this because my situation feels a little different since I'm not learning new stuff this year, just completely going over my notes and practice papers. Should I be okay to start proper revision 3 months before the exam, 9 months, now? Anyone else been in this situation before?
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- Thread Starter
- 06-10-2017 18:03
- 06-10-2017 21:30
I got a D in my AS Level Geography exam (much to everyone's surprise) and I started revising for it the September I started my A2 lessons. I resat the year 12 work as well as doing the year 13 exams and came away with an A in all 3 papers, so an A overall. Revise now. Even if it's only 15 minutes a day at the moment. It'll all add up.