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Hello, I'm in year 13 and I'm starting to do intense revision for all my subjects right now. I feel like I'm too late and I want to get As and A*s but don't know if I can now. Also, many people are spending like one week revising one subject, the next week revising another week and so on. But I feel like if I do that, then I'm behind on my other subjects and also, once if cous on my second subject, I might still forget everything I revised for the first as I have a bad memory. My plan:
Monday's revise Sociology Paper 1 the whole day and 30 mins of Psychology
Tuesday revise Psychology Paper 1 and 30 mins of Philosophy
Wednesday revise Sociology and Philosophy Paper 2 Sociology and Paper 1 Philosophy
Thursday revise Psychology Paper 2 full day and 30 mins of Philosophy
Friday revise Philosophy Paper 2 full day and 30 minutes of Sociology
Saturday revise Psychology with 30 minutes of Philosophy and Sociology
Sunday revise Sociology Paper 3 and Philosophy Paper 2
and then repeat this every week so that I don't forget about every topic if I just focus on say paper 1. Is this a good plan? How are you revising? Focusing on one sub a week or revising all?
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Not sure if this helps much, but for my A-Levels I split each day into a few hours for each subject (not equally though because some of my subjects needed more revision than others). I preferred to split it daily because I find it hard to focus on one subject for such a long period of time, or I start to get bored and distracted. Then for a day or two before an exam I would dedicate those whole days to the subject/s those exams were on. Honestly I don't think it really matters how you divide your time, as long as it's effective for you. As for leaving it too late, you definitely haven't. I started revising in Easter (which was much too late) but I still managed to come out with alright grades and I'm at my first choice uni now
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(Original post by umbrellala)
Not sure if this helps much, but for my A-Levels I split each day into a few hours for each subject (not equally though because some of my subjects needed more revision than others). I preferred to split it daily because I find it hard to focus on one subject for such a long period of time, or I start to get bored and distracted. Then for a day or two before an exam I would dedicate those whole days to the subject/s those exams were on. Honestly I don't think it really matters how you divide your time, as long as it's effective for you. As for leaving it too late, you definitely haven't. I started revising in Easter (which was much too late) but I still managed to come out with alright grades and I'm at my first choice uni now
What grades?
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Fair play. Provides me with hope
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