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Ok so this is a kind of odd scenario, but any help would be appreciated.

I have recently gone through each of my topics in each of my three A-Level subjects and given each individual specification point with one of three results : Red, Amber and Green based on how well I understand it, and written each in the form of a ratio of R:A:G for each topic.

To understand where my revision should be directed first, I want to rank each of these ratios from worst to best, encompassing all factors within each ratio. Is there any way to do this, using all results from R:A:G, or must I select one of these results and rate based on a single one?

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(Original post by Crimson7777777)
Ok so this is a kind of odd scenario, but any help would be appreciated.

I have recently gone through each of my topics in each of my three A-Level subjects and given each individual specification point with one of three results : Red, Amber and Green based on how well I understand it, and written each in the form of a ratio of R:A:G for each topic.

To understand where my revision should be directed first, I want to rank each of these ratios from worst to best, encompassing all factors within each ratio. Is there any way to do this, using all results from R:A:G, or must I select one of these results and rate based on a single one?

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Got lost towards the end but it sounded very dull plus ovetrthought.

Why not just make sure you do x topics a day and then like the biscuit tin just study the ones you feel like, noting you should do the hard/ dull ones when you feel up to it and the easy ones when tired or you fancy speeding? i.e one hard , 2 average and 2 easy per day.
Mix it up to avoid boredom and just keep on track.
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