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    I mean like getting flash notes, posters and etc.

    I'm doing AS for
    Maths (edexcel)
    further maths (edexcel), pure and mechanics
    Biology (AQA)
    Chemistry (edexcel)
    Physics (AQA)

    so far i've kept up with my classes with hw, reviewing tests and etc. However I havent actually started preparing for the exams in like tests and etc since we havent completed the spec.

    We still have not completed the spec, but I was wondering if i should start looking at past papers and getting to grips with my techniques.

    So far in physics i'm at B/C, wishing to get it to atleast an A or B
    In biology I'm at B, looking to get it at A
    So far in chemistry, my worst, i'm looking at C, looking for an A
    in maths, i'm at A, and aiming for highest ums possible.
    In further maths, no data since we havent done any tests

    Should i start with exam practice now? And am i in good position for these grades?

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    • Thread Starter

    pls lmao

    i assume ur on half term now , i'm starting tomorrow and working my way through some of my old topics in that week

    Start revising brah,or else you're not gonna make it

    Start revision now. You should be almost done if not already finished with note making. You need to consolidate the content by April so you can start doing past papers until your exams begin in mid may.
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