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how should I go about my revision as im starting sixth from in September and thinking or taking history, English language and English literature, EPQ and if I can't take both English ill do philosophy and ethics
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DO 4 HOURS OF WORK A DAY!!!!! at least. I can’t even stress that enough. I didn’t and I regretted it once my AS Level exams came around. Revising everyday gradually will mean you get much higher grades in the end. Also revise consistently following a timetable. Also make revision cards and glossaries for all of your subjects from the first lesson, I didn’t and I fell very behind in what resources I had to revise from. And use all of your free periods to finish your homework, don’t leave it till last minute. A levels are made for organised students
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thank you this is very useful advise, do you have any specific ways as to how you revise?


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DO 4 HOURS OF WORK A DAY!!!!! at least. I can’t even stress that enough. I didn’t and I regretted it once my AS Level exams came around. Revising everyday gradually will mean you get much higher grades in the end. Also revise consistently following a timetable. Also make revision cards and glossaries for all of your subjects from the first lesson, I didn’t and I fell very behind in what resources I had to revise from. And use all of your free periods to finish your homework, don’t leave it till last minute. A levels are made for organised students
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thank you this is very useful advise, do you have any specific ways as to how you revise?

I mainly create mindmaps for each topic, as it’s writing out clear summarised notes but also it helps you to remember the information visually.
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what do you study in sixth form?
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I mainly create mindmaps for each topic, as it’s writing out clear summarised notes but also it helps you to remember the information visually.
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