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I just failed my A levels and I was trying to get into med school. Any advice on how to absolutely crush Physics, Chemistry, Biology and/or Math.
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I just failed my A levels and I was trying to get into med school. Any advice on how to absolutely crush Physics, Chemistry, Biology and/or Math.
Did you do IAL ? And which subjects did you fail?
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I just failed my A levels and I was trying to get into med school. Any advice on how to absolutely crush Physics, Chemistry, Biology and/or Math.
Use Google and Bing search engines 'effectively' with keywords and you shall find all the resources you desire.

Essentially, every year A* and A grades come from former U and E grade candidates. At least 1000 candidates, enrol at Private Colleges, that are retake specialists; they practice exam paper questions, study the mark schemes and read the examiners reports. So there is not much more to it really, it is all up to you on how far you go.
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Did you do IAL ? And which subjects did you fail?
Yes I did. I failed maths
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Use Google and Bing search engines 'effectively' with keywords and you shall find all the resources you desire.

Essentially, every year A* and A grades come from former U and E grade candidates. At least 1000 candidates, enrol at Private Colleges, that are retake specialists; they practice exam paper questions, study the mark schemes and read the examiners reports. So there is not much more to it really, it is all up to you on how far you go.
Thankyou so much for the response, it was very uplifting to hear.I will work hard
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https://www.ucas.com/connect/blogs/top-tips-revision
https://www.ucas.com/connect/blogs/revision-techniques
https://www.ucas.com/undergraduate/s...-skills-guides
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Yes I did. I failed maths
Im sorry i dont know anything about maths, but i do know something about the other 3 subjects. For me the key was to do past papers as much as possible. Even if you dont understand a certain topic find questions under that and do as much as possible. You should have the marking scheme with you too
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WOWEEEE this is amazing.Thankyou so much, I will definitely use this
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Im sorry i dont know anything about maths, but i do know something about the other 3 subjects. For me the key was to do past papers as much as possible. Even if you dont understand a certain topic find questions under that and do as much as possible. You should have the marking scheme with you too
That was exactly my problem, I wouldn't understand a topic and the questions would make me feel like I don't know anything. I'm so glad that you brought that up, actually I think this was exactly what I needed to hear.THANKYOU SO MUCH
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That was exactly my problem, I wouldn't understand a topic and the questions would make me feel like I don't know anything. I'm so glad that you brought that up, actually I think this was exactly what I needed to hear.THANKYOU SO MUCH
Your welcome😘😘
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