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So my AS exams are next week , whilst i ave revised most of the topics for my courses i'm still scared shitless because of it , cause i don't want to fail and retake the year

anything i can do to clam myself down
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I do biology , chemistry and history btw

and i think i'm most worried about biology because of the content that's in it
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does anyone else have AS exams next week
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does anyone else have AS exams next week
Me.Doing bio,chem,phy and maths.Already done with the practicals.
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Me.Doing bio,chem,phy and maths.Already done with the practicals.
how you preparing for bio ?
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Just do all the past papers (or as many as you can) to identify the weaker areas of the subjects so you have time to strengthen them. If you're only starting revision now you're pot out of luck
Goodluck with your exams
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how you preparing for bio ?
eating past papers for breakfast
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fm, m, phys, chem

pretty pumped
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Just do all the past papers (or as many as you can) to identify the weaker areas of the subjects so you have time to strengthen them. If you're only starting revision now you're pot out of luck
Goodluck with your exams
good think i started revising weeks ago , but thank you anyway
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eating past papers for breakfast
maybe i will do that aswell
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This is probably the most ridiculous question ever but being a old modular A-Level gal I actually have no idea, do your AS exams this year count towards your final A-Level grade? Or just for uni applications etc? (I presumed everything had moved to the reformed linear A-Level system now so I thought you didn't even take AS exams unless your school put you in for them for some weird reason)
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fm, m, phys, chem

pretty pumped
oof , gl

how are you revising for chemistry
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oof , gl

how are you revising for chemistry
Just chilling really, I've not done much outside of the odd question pack, I've been working a lot throughout the year so just going over notes.
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You will be fine. What use is worrying? Can you mitigate that which you worry about? yes (you have by doing the work!) - no point worrying.

No? No point worrying.
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Just chilling really, I've not done much outside of the odd question pack, I've been working a lot throughout the year so just going over notes.
oh ok fair enough , i'm just doing as many past papers as possible from now

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You will be fine. What use is worrying? Can you mitigate that which you worry about? yes (you have by doing the work!) - no point worrying.

No? No point worrying.
idk maybe i'm just scared that i'm gonna fail
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oh ok fair enough , i'm just doing as many past papers as possible from now



idk maybe i'm just scared that i'm gonna fail
You can drive yourself mad with that stuff. I guess it's easier said than done but trying to break the habit of worrying about things that are likely not to happen really is worthwhile.
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You can drive yourself mad with that stuff. I guess it's easier said than done but trying to break the habit of worrying about things that are likely not to happen really is worthwhile.
yeh , i think it's just the nervous realization that i only have a week left

i'll probably be over it by tomorrow , thank you anyway
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oh ok fair enough , i'm just doing as many past papers as possible from now



idk maybe i'm just scared that i'm gonna fail
You won't fail, you're just wasting precious brain cells fussing over it. Use those in your papers instead yh?
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yeh , i think it's just the nervous realization that i only have a week left

i'll probably be over it by tomorrow , thank you anyway
I am sure that you will do very well - best of luck.
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You won't fail, you're just wasting precious brain cells fussing over it. Use those in your papers instead yh?
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I am sure that you will do very well - best of luck.
thank you guys , i appreciate it
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