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    Hi there, I'm really struggling with my A-Levels. I need 2x E's but I don't see how I'm going to get them; the level I'm working at currently is simply so far from the Uni requirements. Please, give me any advice, I'm desperate.
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    Hi there, I'm really struggling with my A-Levels. I need 2x E's but I don't see how I'm going to get them; the level I'm working at currently is simply so far from the Uni requirements. Please, give me any advice, I'm desperate.
    You should have been working through your 2 years.

    You should have plenty of time.

    Good notes or revision book, read and absorb. make your own revision notes, preferably very short maybe 20-30 pages per A level.

    Download past papers and do them + mark and look at mark schemes do some more etc always seeing where you lose marks and remembering not to the next time.


    If you dont understand something, then et it explained or watch a video. Understand the exam and get used to doing it.

    Work harder. You have plenty of time to reach that level if you have a decent revision plan. Be well organised.

    Focus and work hard for 4 months.

    Push comes to shove get a tutor.
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    You should have been working through your 2 years.

    You should have plenty of time.

    Good notes or revision book, read and absorb. make your own revision notes, preferably very short maybe 20-30 pages per A level.

    Download past papers and do them + mark and look at mark schemes do some more etc always seeing where you lose marks and remembering not to the next time.


    If you dont understand something, then et it explained or watch a video. Understand the exam and get used to doing it.

    Work harder. You have plenty of time to reach that level if you have a decent revision plan. Be well organised.

    Focus and work hard for 4 months.

    Push comes to shove get a tutor.
    Thank you for your help. I think my issue is, I’m doing too much of that. I’m currently predicted 3 A*s and an A and I don’t see how I can get to Es?
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    (Original post by UniofSufolkLover)
    Thank you for your help. I think my issue is, I’m doing too much of that. I’m currently predicted 3 A*s and an A and I don’t see how I can get to Es?
    If you are predicted A* then you are way past E and your concern doesnt really make sense. You could get Es now without any revision, unless im missing something.
 
 
 
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