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    Next year i start my a levels and i am planning on doing Chem, Bio, Psychology and Sociology, well ill scrap sociology if only have to take 3. Would it be a good idea after my gcses to maybe start teaching myself bits as i know how hard it is at a level especially chem
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    yh i mean i think that is a good idea, i told myself i was gonna do the exact same thing, i didnt do **** for the whole summer, i mean if u want a head start then go for it, but it depends if u even will do it
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    (Original post by emilyyytaylorr)
    Next year i start my a levels and i am planning on doing Chem, Bio, Psychology and Sociology, well ill scrap sociology if only have to take 3. Would it be a good idea after my gcses to maybe start teaching myself bits as i know how hard it is at a level especially chem
    go ahead, it wouldn't hurt to try.

    though i recommend that you only officially start when you subject lessons start, since it makes things more easy to understand.
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    (Original post by AKA2234)
    yh i mean i think that is a good idea, i told myself i was gonna do the exact same thing, i didnt do **** for the whole summer, i mean if u want a head start then go for it, but it depends if u even will do it
    gg brother i see that you suffered the same hardships as me.... i still aint done any history homework yet (i got a whole stockpile to do....)
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    It's up to you really! I did absolutely nothing over my summer and got AAAA at AS Level so it might be a good idea but, especially chem is hard to self teach.
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    It's one of those things that if you don't you'll regret later
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    (Original post by Jang Gwangnam)
    gg brother i see that you suffered the same hardships as me.... i still aint done any history homework yet (i got a whole stockpile to do....)
    lol exactly, i mean like its too long, who literally has time to revise during summer or the holidays? i just started college, and im getting a shitload amount of work
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    (Original post by AnonymasRaRa)
    It's one of those things that if you don't you'll regret later
    tbh it isn't something u will regret, dunno were u got that mind of thought from, but not being ahead isn't all that, like wat if everything u revise for isn't the topics u will learning, pointless right?
 
 
 
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