A Level revision a week before exams

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Right now I'm trying to fit in revision for all of my subjects but I feel like there's not enough time to get in all the content? Some stuff I've gone over numerous times, other stuff this is only the 1st/2nd time I've gone through it.

I have been working a considerable amount throughout the year, but I'm just worried I won't remember all the content in the exam (especially for some of my content heavy subjects).

I don't know where I've gone wrong, but I am aiming for A's/A*'s and I wasn't expecting to be this worried and stressed about not remembering all the content, has anyone else been in this position where everything turned out fine?
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I think most of us are thinking about the worst case scenario and it's fine, just like before an interview you think about the smallest details and the worst case scenario but it usually never happens because (hopefully) you're prepared.
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you'll be fine. Breathe Deep and do the best you can. worrying like this can only make you more stressed and less effective. I know it's tempting but don't stress
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