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    I realise there are a lot of these so please no complaining. If you don't want to help just don't say anything but any help will be greatly appreciated.

    So I have:

    2 chemistry resits
    2 biology resits
    1 pschology exams
    2 business studies exams
    1 Human biology exam

    all these are in january

    I'm a reasonably bright person. I got all the grades you can see on my profile from gcse by just revising the day before and got an A in business doing that as well.

    When do you think I should start revising for these exams ?
    I want all A's in them but really don't know when to start
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    You should start now, if you want A's in every subject listed above.
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    You don't need to worry about revision yet. Start over the Xmas hols; if you do about 1 hour a day, you should be fine . Good luck hun.
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    Start now.
    I did Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Business and had so many exams each time.
    When it comes to AS and A levels revising the day before won't really get you anywhere.
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    Everyone saying I should start now
    How much should I do atm ?
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    I made up some horribly complicated time table thing, I did keep to it though which helped a lot.
    I generally did a topic from a module a day but everyone has different methods of revising.
    The thing is really to do something until you understand it because if you only part learn it the chances are you'll miss out on that A grade.
 
 
 
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