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I’m currently a year 12 student, I’m struggling to revise as working from home is causing most of my time to be taken up by set work. I know that I need to start revision now but does anti have any ideas or hacks that could be useful?
Also, how much did you revise for your A-Levels
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Your set work will be revision. All you need to do is revise for exams and tests
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just revise

use microsoft to do list (app from windows store) help tick things off

im yr 12 btw
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pls i still haven't started anything, actually lost ahah the only revision i've done is a few hours the day before a test:cool:
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pls i still haven't started anything, actually lost ahah the only revision i've done is a few hours the day before a test:cool:
That makes me feel so much better, everyone else around me is doing so much, I felt behind
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What subjects do you do? For AS Maths www.mathsgenie.co.uk go through the videos then do some questions, tick off and when you've done all AS do AS past papers. DO NOT STOP doing past papers often, id say 2 a week. Whenever you have completed the content, you do NOT want to forget the knowledge and have to revisit everything months later, this happens to me whenever I do this. Learning the content of a subject will get you to B level, to get the top marks you need to know mark schemes inside out, especially for sciences. Sciences, Chemistry watch Elliot Rintoul on Youtube, Biology I recommend BiologyCarol.
1. Learn Content.
2. Past Papers on said content.
3. Do not let yourself forget!

Sorry if you dont do any of these subjects, its just I cant help with others.
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(Original post by SuttonOG)
What subjects do you do? For AS Maths www.mathsgenie.co.uk go through the videos then do some questions, tick off and when you've done all AS do AS past papers. DO NOT STOP doing past papers often, id say 2 a week. Whenever you have completed the content, you do NOT want to forget the knowledge and have to revisit everything months later, this happens to me whenever I do this. Learning the content of a subject will get you to B level, to get the top marks you need to know mark schemes inside out, especially for sciences. Sciences, Chemistry watch Elliot Rintoul on Youtube, Biology I recommend BiologyCarol.
1. Learn Content.
2. Past Papers on said content.
3. Do not let yourself forget!

Sorry if you dont do any of these subjects, its just I cant help with others.
im guessing u do (or did) bio chem maths
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im guessing u do (or did) bio chem maths
how did u know O.o
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havent AS exams been cancelled?
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Deduction
O.o SuttonOG
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havent AS exams been cancelled?
Yeah, so have A2 but nobody knows whats happening. For A2 there are still going to be assessments, just not being told if theyre optional or not or how they are being altered. All in all there is ****all to do so might aswell spend it being productive i guess
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u enjoying that?

big facts btw
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i like how the original question asks for hacks - like we're meant to break into a system for exams that don't exist
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What subjects do you do? For AS Maths www.mathsgenie.co.uk go through the videos then do some questions, tick off and when you've done all AS do AS past papers. DO NOT STOP doing past papers often, id say 2 a week. Whenever you have completed the content, you do NOT want to forget the knowledge and have to revisit everything months later, this happens to me whenever I do this. Learning the content of a subject will get you to B level, to get the top marks you need to know mark schemes inside out, especially for sciences. Sciences, Chemistry watch Elliot Rintoul on Youtube, Biology I recommend BiologyCarol.
1. Learn Content.
2. Past Papers on said content.
3. Do not let yourself forget!

Sorry if you dont do any of these subjects, its just I cant help with others.
I do Theatre Studies, History and English Literature
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I do Theatre Studies, History and English Literature
Ahaha, well at least you have it easier, but Im sure history and english literature have a lot of content. The same principles apply, I'm just unaware of any resources to provide for you
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Ahaha, well at least you have it easier, but Im sure history and english literature have a lot of content. The same principles apply, I'm just unaware of any resources to provide for you
yeah, some unorthodox options there, i wonder what made SiennaEveKelly pick that unique combination
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