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advice on how to do well in a levels in the UK? just started year 12 and tryna go into medicine. doing bio chem maths
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I'd say start revision early - like now! It will HUGELY benefit you in the future. Do revision as you go along in the year, not a lot just a little bit every week or so for each subject. Revising now means that the things you're learning currently will be in your long term memory so you won't need to revise it as much in the future (and so can worry about other topics you haven't revised/need to work on). You'll have less weight on your shoulders, no regrets (for not revising early enough) and won't need to panic or cram as much when it's nearing exams

Also do past papers - it helps you know how to answer the questions.
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start revision early but don't overdo it. make notes as you go along. revise little and often, and for your end of unit tests and mocks, you'll thank yourself later. don't be afraid to ask teachers for help or be disheartened if you don't get something immediately. a levels are hard and it can take a while to adjust sometimes.
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