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    I am giving my A-levels this May/June. I am taking 5 subjects: Physics (A level) Chemistry (A Level), Further Maths (A level), Maths (A level) and English Language (AS Level). I did not give my AS exams in the first year so I will have to take all the papers for all the subjects. I want to go to a good Uni so I want 4A* and 1a. How many hours should I put on revision each day for that result? I am generally strong in all subjects ( I score about 80% in all of them except the English Language). I would really appreciate if you guys could share some revision tips as well. I am especially scared of the chemistry practical exams.
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    I am giving my A-levels this May/June. I am taking 5 subjects: Physics (A level) Chemistry (A Level), Further Maths (A level), Maths (A level) and English Language (AS Level). I did not give my AS exams in the first year so I will have to take all the papers for all the subjects. I want to go to a good Uni so I want 4A* and 1a. How many hours should I put on revision each day for that result? I am generally strong in all subjects ( I score about 80% in all of them except the English Language). I would really appreciate if you guys could share some revision tips as well. I am especially scared of the chemistry practical exams.
    Start from a position of equal time for each subject of the 2 months left.
    At the first stage you should finish off any weak areas, finish your notes and subjects you need to cover.

    At the second stage i.e 1 month before then you should be switching to exam paper answers rather than note making.

    Past papers and mark schemes.

    Jeep the variety going and target towards being ready for the exams as they fall. i.e to be revising the subject you have the exam in the few days before, so time your revision and make sure you are emphasising the subjects and topics as they appear in your calendar.

    If you are s cared of chemistry practical then assign extra study slots and look at videos on youtube.
 
 
 
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