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I'm doing IAS this May and I feel super unprepared and I actually haven't studied anything. I'm too stressed n I only have 18 days for my first exam. is it possible to get good grades during this short time? any tips please cause I'm in big trouble
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I'm doing IAS this May and I feel super unprepared and I actually haven't studied anything. I'm too stressed n I only have 18 days for my first exam. is it possible to get good grades during this short time? any tips please cause I'm in big trouble
Make a revision schedule and stick to it.
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do u think itll be enough? thank u tho. I'm just really scared
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do u think itll be enough? thank u tho. I'm just really scared
Do all the past papers from 2014-latest and you might just be able to scrape a decent or good grade in each subject
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Do all the past papers from 2014-latest and you might just be able to scrape a decent or good grade in each subject
thank you I'll try that
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thank you I'll try that
No probs
Just make sure that you fully understand the ms and memorise some of the ms points.
Day before each exam do the very latest question paper in exam conditions and then mark yourself
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No probs
Just make sure that you fully understand the ms and memorise some of the ms points.
Day before each exam do the very latest question paper in exam conditions and then mark yourself
thank u so much
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I'm doing IAS this May and I feel super unprepared and I actually haven't studied anything. I'm too stressed n I only have 18 days for my first exam. is it possible to get good grades during this short time? any tips please cause I'm in big trouble
i am also doing IAS, i can seriously feel u! i feel like i dont know the content well enough
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i am also doing IAS, i can seriously feel u! i feel like i dont know the content well enough
omg finally someone. same n I'm having like this negative thoughts that dont help
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omg finally someone. same n I'm having like this negative thoughts that dont help
what subjects did u takr
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what subjects did u takr
chemistry physics biology and maths n s1
what about u?
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Past papers are the way to go in that amount of time. You need to go through them and familiarise yourself with the format. Set aside a few days to revise content then go straight into past papers. Best of luck!
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I'm doing IAS this May and I feel super unprepared and I actually haven't studied anything. I'm too stressed n I only have 18 days for my first exam. is it possible to get good grades during this short time? any tips please cause I'm in big trouble
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Past papers are the way to go in that amount of time. You need to go through them and familiarise yourself with the format. Set aside a few days to revise content then go straight into past papers. Best of luck!
thank you
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You're welcome! And get plenty of sleep the night before the exam- as tempting as it may be, don't cram.
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thank you
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You're welcome! And get plenty of sleep the night before the exam- as tempting as it may be, don't cram.
I will thank u
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bio chem and physics on edexcel XD
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chemistry physics biology and maths n s1
what about u?
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