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I need to get at least ABB (this is the lowest grade my insurance will accept).
I am predicted AAA but I think that realistically I'm currently at an ABB-ish level.
I've started revising but I'm so overwhelmed because it's 2 years worth of content that I need to... revise and I'm just not used to that level of intensity.
Is it too late to start revising right now if I'm trying to get AAB-ABB or am I completely doomed?
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It's never too late. And really, you've got a lot of time. Start today and good luck!
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(Original post by angelinahx)
I need to get at least ABB (this is the lowest grade my insurance will accept).
I am predicted AAA but I think that realistically I'm currently at an ABB-ish level.
I've started revising but I'm so overwhelmed because it's 2 years worth of content that I need to... revise and I'm just not used to that level of intensity.
Is it too late to start revising right now if I'm trying to get AAB-ABB or am I completely doomed?
You have more than enough time to achieve those grades. Make sure however that when you are revising that you are actually retaining information because you dont want to be "revising" and then notice 2 weeks before they start that you haven't really got any information stored in your brain.
I'd highly recommend at this point to start doing past papers, especially if your doing science/maths subjects because that way you know what level you are working at.
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(Original post by barerbbiabb)
You have more than enough time to achieve those grades. Make sure however that when you are revising that you are actually retaining information because you dont want to be "revising" and then notice 2 weeks before they start that you haven't really got any information stored in your brain.
I'd highly recommend at this point to start doing past papers, especially if your doing science/maths subjects because that way you know what level you are working at.
Thank you, that's really useful x
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hell no. you have ages. come on grind now not later. you can do it
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