Past papers and flashcards are going to be your best friends. All of your A-Level choices are very knowledge-heavy and oftentimes require quite a bit of detail to achieve those upper grade boundaries, so establishing a broad knowledge base by creating flashcards or whatever knowledge-based revision method works for you would be a great idea. Once you have created that strong foundation of knowledge, you then need to learn how to apply this knowledge in exam conditions and in the structure that the exam board wants. In order to practise this skill, completing past papers and then marking them yourself or giving them to your teachers for more detailed feedback will prove to be extremely useful. It can also be extremely useful to keep a record of your marks over time and keep a sort of mini journal for tests and any form of examination in each subject. Here you could record your marks and say what went well as well as where you felt you were weakest, and then use this as a basis to target your revision and cover all of your bases. What you can also do is create a syllabus topic list where you write down every topic in the syllabus and then grade yourself in whatever way you see fit, be it using colours or a number system, e.g., 1 to 10, to see which topics you feel weakest in so you can target your revision to these. Finally, if you are going to do any of this, it is quite important that you do it pretty much from the start of Year 12. It's okay to give yourself a few weeks to settle in, but once you get to the mid-Year 12 mark, it's going to become extremely hard for you to create in-depth flashcards and then learn these flashcards for every topic that youve already covered, as you will have learned a large part of the syllabus by then. Apart from that, I wish you the best of luck, and Im sure you'll smash Sixth Form!
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