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    How should I organise my work into folders and books for my a levels? Should I use books or should I rip pages out and put them in my folder?
    Anyone know of a way which is best at staying organised?
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    I'm in my second year of A levels and got AAAA last year so I assume my organisation was okay!

    Basically I'd write notes in class in a book (I have one notebook for every lesson) then once we finished that topic in class I'd then rip out the pages. I have one folder for each subject divided by file dividers into each topic. Within these divides if then split it into subtopics with pollypockets and put the notes into the correct one (this sounds more confusing than it is). So for example for biology I'd have a divider for biological molecules then a pollypocket within that for proteins then one for carbohydrates and so on. This made it really easy for coming back to a specific topics I wasn't confident on! Do this every time you reach a new topic and you'll stay organised!

    I know other people that kept all of their work in books however and that worked for them so into all really depends!

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