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    So I have about 2 months till my A2 and As exams and was wondering whether I still have enough time? Im starting more or less from scratch I absolutely know nothing :/..I’m doing as government and politics and the A2 exams I’ve got Law As & and A2 and then the new economics spec. Do you think it’s enough time to start revision and some how manage to get atleast Cs?
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    yup, now get off tsr.
    Really? Do you have any ideas or suggestions on how to manage time?
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    Really? Do you have any ideas or suggestions on how to manage time?
    well you can start by not asking questions and start doing if you're questioning whether there's time or not.

    next, you'll want to make a timetable and prioritise how much time you want to put into your subject. Eg,say you want to do 150 hours of politics before your exam. you then split this 150 hours either into the number of weeks or days left till your first politics exam. So you could say there are 90 days left til my exam so I will do about 2 hours of politics revision a day approximately. However, time shouldn't be followed strictly in revision, you need to ensure you have done and understand everything you wanted to do in that revision session; if not then unfortunately you'll need to extend your revision session.

    make sure you plan what you're doing everyday, at least 1 day in advance.
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    well you can start by not asking questions and start doing if you're questioning whether there's time or not.

    next, you'll want to make a timetable and prioritise how much time you want to put into your subject. Eg,say you want to do 150 hours of politics before your exam. you then split this 150 hours either into the number of weeks or days left till your first politics exam. So you could say there are 90 days left til my exam so I will do about 2 hours of politics revision a day approximately. However, time shouldn't be followed strictly in revision, you need to ensure you have done and understand everything you wanted to do in that revision session; if not then unfortunately you'll need to extend your revision session.

    make sure you plan what you're doing everyday, at least 1 day in advance.
    Thank you 😊
 
 
 

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