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    Im doing English Lit (which I have 19%/20% of the final grade because of coursework ), Psychology and RS.

    How can I get AAB?
    How do i approach it?
    Do I just forget making notes and start doing essays and questions?
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    (Original post by joelnamja)
    Im doing English Lit (which I have 19%/20% of the final grade because of coursework ), Psychology and RS.

    How can I get AAB?
    How do i approach it?
    Do I just forget making notes and start doing essays and questions?
    Yhh I havent done much notes either and Im doing Biology Chemistry and Psychology. For Bio and Chem Im not doing any notes, Im just going to focus on past papers. For psychology you need to know your theories and studies. The tutur2u website has A01 notes you can memorise and then just focus on doing as much papers as possible.
    Her's the link:
    https://www.tutor2u.net/psychology/b...ds-for-paper-1
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    (Original post by joelnamja)
    Im doing English Lit (which I have 19%/20% of the final grade because of coursework ), Psychology and RS.

    How can I get AAB?
    How do i approach it?
    Do I just forget making notes and start doing essays and questions?
    you can't do practice questions until you know the info so start there
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    You have plenty of time dw
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    You can get loads done in 6 weeks don't worry! Start now and you'll be fine
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    Cos I do RE I defo know you can get an A with some solid revision and work.
    I jumped from a B to an A* in 2 weeks
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    (Original post by D.SHA64)
    Cos I do RE I defo know you can get an A with some solid revision and work.
    I jumped from a B to an A* in 2 weeks
    howd you go about doing that. I do OCR and there so much content idk how im gonna get through it.
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    I’m also in year 13, my teachers are advising us to make BRIEF notes or just read class notes on the topics we have no clue about or are tricky to understand. You need to prioritise topics (get a specification and highlight the things you need to cover), that’s the most effective way I’ve been told. Rather than just doing everything randomly. Good luck and all the best for your exams.
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    (Original post by joelnamja)
    howd you go about doing that. I do OCR and there so much content idk how im gonna get through it.
    I think all exam boards have added soo much content.
    I am on Edexcel and there is enough to fill 3/4 years of work but it has to be done in 2 years and on top of that Philosophy and Ethics are very hard subjects which require a lot of time.

    I kept going over my class notes everyday and after that topic i would do a load of past paper questions which are basically 30mark essay which should take you 35/40min max.
    Before that B and that A*, I was on a U.
    When you really want something you would fight for it.
    If you really want your A/A* you need to work hard for these next weeks for all your subjects. Your going to feel like giving up and you might fail at some of your attempts (I did many times) , but you need to keep going and focus on your end goal.
    Make the impossible............. possible.
    Good luck!
    I know you can do it!
 
 
 
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