YoonminIsReal
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hi im probably being irrational (or maybe just realistic?? idk) but will i fail (and by fail i mean like b, or c in some cases, and below) my national 5 prelims if i only just started revising now and basically dont know how to revise? just want some insight from those who have already been through this. im taking english (v bad at this and literally have no idea how to write a critical essay), bio (fairly good at), chem (alright at), physics (not confident but seem to get good results??), modies (need to revise badly) and french (pretty bad at plus idk how to revise). also pe but obvs not sitting a prelim for that.

i wouldnt say im smart? but i have a good-ish memory when it comes to school e.g i usually only revise the night or two before tests to sort of refresh my memory then do good on tests (except english im **** at that). not bragging btw im basically saying im lazy and cant be bothered revising :/ anyway im waffling so..

tldr im stressed about my n5 prelims could i possibly get all or mostly As with about 4 weeks revision
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id suggest you start revising now instead of asking these questions on forums.
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