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    I gave a chem composite in May/June this year and scored an e in my AS components but a U in my A2 components due to which I got an overall U. I am going to resit it in May/June 2018 again and i'll be giving a composite again.

    The problem is that I worked hard and I didn't expect to get an e or U I was expecting a B or C. I really wanna get an A* or A this time but I don't know what my strategy should be. I've got like 6 months to study for it so what strategy should I adapt? And when should I start practicing past paper and how should I cover the course?
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