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If you have, how much have done? and if you haven't, when are you going to start? How long does it take you to revise a topic?
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I have started and it is taking a while for each topic especially biology ones
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I have started and it is taking a while for each topic especially biology ones
Same thing with Psychology for me 😖 When dis you start? and what other subs do u do?
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Same thing with Psychology for me 😖 When dis you start? and what other subs do u do?
I'm doing bio chem and maths, I started properly around mid march
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I finished teaching the spec today, I hope that my students started revising tonight.
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I haven't. I'll probably start around mid to late April. But then I'm a cocky little s*** with what seems to be a very good memory...
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I haven't. I'll probably start around mid to late April. But then I'm a cocky little s*** with what seems to be a very good memory...
My memory is really bad, I do psychology and there's a lot to remember. How can you start mid/late April wow. I remember revising for my GCSEs from January, but because of my poor time management, when it came to my bio, chem and physics paper 2 exam I crammed the day before using quizlet as I focused on paper 1 the most. But now I'm just focusing on everything and I'm almost done. What subjects are you doing?
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(Original post by *Alisha*)
My memory is really bad, I do psychology and there's a lot to remember. How can you start mid/late April wow. I remember revising for my GCSEs from January, but because of my poor time management, when it came to my bio, chem and physics paper 2 exam I crammed the day before using quizlet as I focused on paper 1 the most. But now I'm just focusing on everything and I'm almost done. What subjects are you doing?
Maths, Physics and Computer Science. My exams aren't until June mind so that gives me a solid month of revising. Although saying that I'll probably spend a fair bit of that procrastinating...
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(Original post by CrazyConnor)
Maths, Physics and Computer Science. My exams aren't until June mind so that gives me a solid month of revising. Although saying that I'll probably spend a fair bit of that procrastinating...
They're really difficult subjects goodluck! Try not to procrastinate ad much nearer to exams. I've only got 2 exams in May luckily.
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i havent started.. dont judge
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They're really difficult subjects goodluck! Try not to procrastinate ad much nearer to exams. I've only got 2 exams in May luckily.
Thanks! Good luck to you too!
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Started months ago, light revision. Now I am just revising again and doing questions, hope I am not too late on answering the questions but I have LOADS of them to do
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I haven't either... Please don't judge! I was the same last year, awful for procrastinating but I did alright.

Oops... just noticed this is a thread for A-Levels... I'm doing Scottish Highers!
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Finished spec for maths physics and russian 2 months ago.
Been doing at least 2 past papers per day since then, together with reading and working through text books from different publishers to fill in any gaps left.
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i havent started.. dont judge
Nothing wrong with that! Most people are going to start revising during Easter holidays. You've got enough time, don't stress. Just make sure you got your notes ready.
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Ive been trying to really go for it and study for the past 3 weeks but it’s just been a flop, I do one question then I’m exhausted
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Started months ago, light revision. Now I am just revising again and doing questions, hope I am not too late on answering the questions but I have LOADS of them to do
Definitely not, I haven't even started questions yet and I':e got a few questions remaining that I hope to finish before Easter holidays so that I can then focus on past papers.
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Finished spec for maths physics and russian 2 months ago.
Been doing at least 2 past papers per day since then, together with reading and working through text books from different publishers to fill in any gaps left.
Wow thats great! Keep going over the content and doing questions. You'll do well.
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I finished teaching the spec today, I hope that my students started revising tonight.
That's good, my psychology teacher still has one topic remaining that he's going to teacher after the water break. But I'm going to let tech that topic. What subjects do you teach?
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Ive been trying to really go for it and study for the past 3 weeks but it’s just been a flop, I do one question then I’m exhausted
As soon as I cut down on my sugar intake, started to eat healthy and went to the gym 3x a week.energy and attention span went through the roof, literally can revise 6-7 hours a day no problem ( which i'm doing since December ).
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