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    I couldn't study much for my January mocks hence those results (was on BBE my previous exams, E in chemistry), my first exam is on the 16th May and finish on the 25th June, studying Maths Physics and Chemistry. Will be resitting AS Math (C1, C2 and S1), do I have enough time from today? :/
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    You can

    All u have to do is work the hardest u can and believe trust me
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    (Original post by timif2)
    You can

    All u have to do is work the hardest u can and believe trust me
    What do you suggest I do? :c
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    Use physics and maths tutor for past papers for ur subjects every day every lunch every Saturday and Sunday do (8+ hour) ur calm
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    (Original post by timif2)
    Use physics and maths tutor for past papers for ur subjects every day every lunch every Saturday and Sunday do (8+ hour) ur calm
    Would you say I complete the textbook for chem and phys then just do all the past papers? Also what subject should I aim for the A grade in?
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    You definitely can! Just make sure you're organised- keep up with work you're doing in school right now by making sure you're understanding it/do past papers on it, but also keep going over old content, learn it, do past paper questions on them. Focus on improving- after every time revising review what you've learnt/whether you have actually made progress.
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    Aim for A in the one ur best at probs maths tbh
    Use textbook in home revision, use past paper in lunch and frees
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    You can go from UUU to A*A*A if you get a grip and stop monkeying aroud


    I’ve always figured out that there 24 hours a day. You sleep six hours and have 18 hours left. Now, I know there are some of you out there that say well, wait a minute, I sleep eight hours or nine hours. Well, then, just sleep faster, I would recommend.
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    (Original post by rickyrossman)
    You can go from UUU to A*A*A if you get a grip and stop monkeying aroud
    What would you recommend I do in these few months??
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    (Original post by Thalassa-)
    What would you recommend I do in these few months??
    Do what Arnold did

    I’ve always figured out that there 24 hours a day. You sleep six hours and have 18 hours left. Now, I know there are some of you out there that say well, wait a minute, I sleep eight hours or nine hours. Well, then, just sleep faster, I would recommend.
    Arnold Schwarzenegger

    Study hard, make notes from your textbooks, get portfolios for each subject, do past papers once you've understood everything 100%, use the mark schemes. Socialise only on Friday/Saturday. Mon-Thurs,Sunday 100% work no playing around.
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    (Original post by Thalassa-)
    What would you recommend I do in these few months??
    Get off here for a start! For Maths there are many past papers - do one of C1, C2 and S1 [2005] tomorrow so you have a baseline. The A2 pure modules [C3, C4] are harder so you need to get high marks on the AS ones.
    Make sure you time yourself and don't look up solutions until your time is up for that paper. Too many people give up too quickly and check on the internet but you can't do that in the exam!
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    I went from DDU to ABB! Honestly all you need to do is test yourself constantly and make revision a priority, it’s important to have days off too. I would recommend using flash card and and making your own revision booklets. Good luck with your exams x
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    I'm not even going to sugar coat it for you becasue the truth is, it's highly unlikely.
    Maybe if you got a D/C in a subject but 3 U's! That's appalling. 3 U's look as though you didn't even go to any of your lessons.

    With hard work you can defo get better grades but with 2 months left you're basically going to have to re-teach yourself all the content with the 3 most difficult A-levels.

    Re-consider if you're actually cut out to be taking all those subjects because I can't tell if you're just lazy or not smart enough for STEM.
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    (Original post by bobbyrealtalk)
    I'm not even going to sugar coat it for you becasue the truth is, it's highly unlikely.
    Maybe if you got a D/C in a subject but 3 U's! That's appalling. 3 U's look as though you didn't even go to any of your lessons.

    With hard work you can defo get better grades but with 2 months left you're basically going to have to re-teach yourself all the content with the 3 most difficult A-levels.

    Re-consider if you're actually cut out to be taking all those subjects because I can't tell if you're just lazy or not smart enough for STEM.
    I've been getting A-Ds throughout the year and my recent exams after those were BBE, I just couldn't revise for my January exams as I had a lot going on! :C
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    (Original post by Thalassa-)
    I've been getting A-Ds throughout the year and my recent exams after those were BBE, I just couldn't revise for my January exams as I had a lot going on! :C
    More tips guysss!!
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    use the dr boes notes for chem they are a god send
 
 
 
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