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Its october half term
I study english lit/lang, latin, dt, maths, history, triple science, french.
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For now, just keep on top of your homework. If you have textbooks/revision guides it doesn't hurt to read ahead in your topics. For French and Latin I would revise vocabulary regularly. For History you might want to revise dates regularly. This can be all done with flashcards or some online software (e.g. Quizlet). You could also read the English Lit books more, do your own analysis outside of class and do some research, learning quotes is another good thing to do.
As you get closer to mocks/exams make a revision timetable of everything you need to do. Put subjects you find easy/enjoy at the start so you can get into the habit of studying first.
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(Original post by Adam999999)
Its october half term
I study english lit/lang, latin, dt, maths, history, triple science, french.
What year are you in?

If you're in year 11, preferably some revision and studies to keep your brain going. Start to make revision resources so you're not cramming in May.
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