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Such dillligence and dedication enabled me to gain 100A*s, progressively gained since I was conceieved. My first A level, nursing, was achieved when I was a foetus. I later gained another A* in music, when I was only 14 weeks old.




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omg post any revision tips
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For A level Archaeology should I keep reading the text book or just do past papers? Pls help. :cry:
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:clap2: a great achievement in your life thus far
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And you're happy? lol have fun trying to get into anything other than London Met sweetie xx

Anything below 365A* is borderline pathetic.
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For A level Archaeology should I keep reading the text book or just do past papers? Pls help. :cry:
probably both :laugh: understanding content is key - then do the past papers
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For A level Archaeology should I keep reading the text book or just do past papers? Pls help. :cry:
I reccommend practical work and going to the Amazon rainforest and Egupt, discovering the ruins and primitive remains. This would further develop the fundamental basis of archaeology. Theory is important, so a combination of both is reccommended. I will send you my notes on archaeology.
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What is the value of

\displaystyle\prod_{r=1}^{n(n-1)}\log_{n+r-1}(n+r), n>0 , n\neq 1

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(Original post by Science99999)
I reccommend practical work and going to the Amazon rainforest and Egupt, discovering the ruins and primitive remains. This would further develop the fundamental basis of archaeology. Theory is important, so a combination of both is reccommended. I will send you my notes on archaeology.
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so for A level marine science do I have to join the marines??
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Please help me with english literature. I am awful at it and i want a a grade
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Revision tips:
Do every single past paper, regardless of specification, the material should be equivalent, this would ensure that you have a solid and secure feel for the exam, recognising reoccuring themes and traits of the paper.
Mind maps
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and Self teaching by verbally giving out a presentation of a topic, and pretending to be a professional teaching the topic to an imaginary class.
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(Original post by Science99999)
Such dillligence and dedication enabled me to gain 100A*s, progressively gained since I was conceieved. My first A level, nursing, was achieved when I was a foetus. I later gained another A* in music, when I was only 14 weeks old.




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You have been truly mistaken. its 1000 A* according to TSR standards. Anything below that and you are doomed for the aliens.

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Whoa m8 can you do my disso for me next year? Thanks
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teach me O Wise One
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What is the value of

\displaystyle\prod_{r=1}^{n(n-1)}\log_{n+r-1}(n+r), n>0 , n\neq 1

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2n + 69
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That's not 100 subjects. Its 101 subjects
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Please help me with english literature. I am awful at it and i want a a grade
Eat the textbook, it works, i have tried on numerous occassions, and hence where the term "digesting a dictionary or book" comes from, I am the God of A levels.
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Wtf m8
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But do you have extra time tho?
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Can I have 3 of those A*. Only 3 promise
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