Not gonna avoid the subject, I am not doing too great at my A levels right now.
I messed around in my first year, not taking is seriously as I should of and got a real kick in the face because of it.
I'm trying so hard to bump my grades up and gets the grades I want to get into uni (my top uni choice asks for BBC) even better, I get better than the boundaries
However, I want to know what is the right way to revise.
I take english lit, media and graphics
As for graphics all Im doing is creating art work so thats fine but as for english and media, I want to know what is the right way to learn all the material and be confident in that being what Im supposed to write down in the exam
My biggest fear is revising and finding out I revised the totally wrong thing
(these AOs are a nightmare for me)
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How can I revise so I get better grades? watch
- Thread Starter
- 08-02-2018 15:59
- 08-02-2018 16:33
Try multiple different methods to revise, don’t just do one method. It because a lot harder to remember all the information if you only use one method!