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    I am 19 and have come to the conclusion that the choice of career I made in secondary school was not for me and have decided to head back to college to study A level History and 2 more A levels to hopefully head to Uni within a few years to do history or politics.

    I was wondering how i should spend the year to get back into the feel of studying, revising and doing essays? Perhaps doing past papers and general revision. I want to make the most out of my time beforehand so i'm not completely blown away by the time i start


    Any help is much appreciated
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    I am 19 and have come to the conclusion that the choice of career I made in secondary school was not for me and have decided to head back to college to study A level History and 2 more A levels to hopefully head to Uni within a few years to do history or politics.

    I was wondering how i should spend the year to get back into the feel of studying, revising and doing essays? Perhaps doing past papers and general revision. I want to make the most out of my time beforehand so i'm not completely blown away by the time i start


    Any help is much appreciated
    Are these the same subjects you took at school or new ones? t would seem unusual to be doing past papers and revise if they are new and you have yet to study?

    Have you found somewhere that does A levels and is willing to take you? It can be difficult for over 18s.

    Once you have identified your subject then you can do some soft learning and read ahead. Buy some textbooks and start preparing notes imo. It will save you a lot of time later and make it easier.
 
 
 
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