Is it too late to start A Level tuition Watch

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So I’m a year 2 & I study Chem bio & psychology
I want to start tuition for Chem and bio and really regret not starting sooner. Do you think there’s any point? I had this guy for tuition during GCSEs and he’s notorious for giving homework of like 4 hours or more like 5 times a weekI’m doing like 4 hours independent revision a day rn but I feel like I need an extra boost and doing all those questions would really force me to get some exam practise.I have just over 2 months until my first exam.
What should I do ( also tuition is very expensive so I wouldn’t go if it wasn’t gonna make a change to my grade)
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So I’m a year 2 & I study Chem bio & psychology
I want to start tuition for Chem and bio and really regret not starting sooner. Do you think there’s any point? I had this guy for tuition during GCSEs and he’s notorious for giving homework of like 4 hours or more like 5 times a weekI’m doing like 4 hours independent revision a day rn but I feel like I need an extra boost and doing all those questions would really force me to get some exam practise.I have just over 2 months until my first exam.
What should I do ( also tuition is very expensive so I wouldn’t go if it wasn’t gonna make a change to my grade)
Would you be using the tuition as a reason to stay accountable and study? If so, perhaps look at getting some of your friends to work together to keep each other accountable and motivated to study.

I agree that tuition is expensive and I think that the decision ultimately lies with what you would like to get out of it and whether or not that need could be met by other, cheaper but effective, means.
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Would you be using the tuition as a reason to stay accountable and study? If so, perhaps look at getting some of your friends to work together to keep each other accountable and motivated to study.

I agree that tuition is expensive and I think that the decision ultimately lies with what you would like to get out of it and whether or not that need could be met by other, cheaper but effective, means.
Thanks for the advice. I’ve decided I am going to start tuition and hopefully I should start before the end of this month giving me around 2 months before my exams start
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