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    So I have an unconditional offer for a university, but I think it's really important that me, and other people in this situation, make sure that they keep on trying. When you go to apply to jobs after university, you will be up against people who have managed to get amazing A-levels, and they may also have degrees, so it's best to try and have the most amazing CV ever so that you will be chosen for the job.

    I know I have a long way to go in boosting my grades because of going through various things, so I would really like to hear how people revise.

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    Please comment about how you revise and what techniques you use.
    All the best xoxoxo
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    I also have an unconditional , and am having the same thoughts , I find writing out revision cards helps , I read through them of course but actually writing the essentials out is useful to limit word count thus making it easier to revise, for the same reason I find revision guides really useful (dependant on the subject) as a reminder of everything , and reading around the subject always helps cement knowledge xxx
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    Thank you for your advice!💙xxx
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