Can I revise all of Maths Biology and chemistry a level content from scratch?

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I have 6 months and I am a gap year student so I am revising from home, do you think I have enough time to learn all of maths, bio, and chem A level content, in this time, to get A*s? Also, I have not looked at A-level content since March and I have forgotten everything so I have to learn all the content from scratch.
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I have 6 months and I am a gap year student so I am revising from home, do you think I have enough time to learn all of maths, bio, and chem A level content, in this time, to get A*s? Also, I have not looked at A-level content since March and I have forgotten everything so I have to learn all the content from scratch.
If you already knew it seemingly well and you're just looking over content then I'd say you might get maybe an A, but if you've already forgotten most of it and you're having to relearn it all then honestly I don't have much hope for you. Biology in itself is bursting with content and Chemistry is so hard that the best way to retain it is to make sure you're going over it constantly. Good luck but please don't set yourself up with the mindset that you're going to get an A*
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If you already knew it seemingly well and you're just looking over content then I'd say you might get maybe an A, but if you've already forgotten most of it and you're having to relearn it all then honestly I don't have much hope for you. Biology in itself is bursting with content and Chemistry is so hard that the best way to retain it is to make sure you're going over it constantly. Good luck but please don't set yourself up with the mindset that you're going to get an A*
Do you really think it is not possible?
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Do you really think it is not possible?
6 months is plenty of time. PLENTY. U can get 3 A*’s but only if u are willing to revise daily, 5-6 hours a day. Look after your health tho and take a day off every now and then. Good luck
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6 months is plenty of time. PLENTY. U can get 3 A*’s but only if u are willing to revise daily, 5-6 hours a day. Look after your health tho and take a day off every now and then. Good luck
Thank you so much, for a second I was about to just give up
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Thank you so much, for a second I was about to just give up
No worries, good luck and lemme know how u get on
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No worries, good luck and lemme know how u get on
Thank you! Have you already sat them?
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Thank you! Have you already sat them?
I have AAB in Bio Maths Chem. I sat Chem this autumn and I literally revised the whole content in a month as I juggled with the UCAT. After a month of intense revision, I covered the whole content and completed plenty of practice. I’m aiming for an A so hopefully it all goes well. Second paper was horrific tho so gonna have to wait and see
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I have AAB in Bio Maths Chem. I sat Chem this autumn and I literally revised the whole content in a month as I juggled with the UCAT. After a month of intense revision, I covered the whole content and completed plenty of practice. I’m aiming for an A so hopefully it all goes well. Second paper was horrific tho so gonna have to wait and see
Ah hope it all goes well for you and I am sure you will get the A grade you wanted!
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If you're having to learn it all from scratch then A*s are unlikely...It's hard enough to achieve A* with 2 full years of learning. You need to take into account that you need time to both learn your content, revise it and then go over past papers. This isn't to demoralise you but to put things into perspective. If you work hard, then there's no reason why you can't achieve good grades.
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