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Difficulty of AQA A level practical endorsement (biology and chemistry)

I've spent most of the 16 months making ANKI cards but I do have some knowledge on the subjects, just not all of the topics.
I've got my PE next week (bio) and the week after (chem).
I have a deck on practical skills and etc. Is this enough to get a pass?
Also do I have enough theoretical time to study until I have exams on January?
I'm doing Bio, chem and maths
In the next 10 weeks I'll try and cover each subjetc 2-3 times.
So 6 weeks for Bio (1 repeat per 2 weeks) and 4 weeks for chemistry (1 repeat per 2 weeks).
I'll do maths for the whole 10 weeks.
After that I'll do past papers from 2nd April to my exams

Is this an A/A* level plan?
Original post by Mad Man
I've spent most of the 16 months making ANKI cards but I do have some knowledge on the subjects, just not all of the topics.
I've got my PE next week (bio) and the week after (chem).
I have a deck on practical skills and etc. Is this enough to get a pass?
Also do I have enough theoretical time to study until I have exams on January?
I'm doing Bio, chem and maths
In the next 10 weeks I'll try and cover each subjetc 2-3 times.
So 6 weeks for Bio (1 repeat per 2 weeks) and 4 weeks for chemistry (1 repeat per 2 weeks).
I'll do maths for the whole 10 weeks.
After that I'll do past papers from 2nd April to my exams

Is this an A/A* level plan?


The way I did it is gather all topic names and every free period I had I spent 1 hour for a topic which included 30min reading and 30min past paper equations. Closer to exams I tried to do at least 1 or 2 past papers

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