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Easter has just finished and I have 37 days until my first a level exam but I feel like I really didn't make a dent in my revision and everytime I try and revise I feel the looming stress of not finishing all my content before exam period starts and it just makes me less productive. I start school again tomorrow and go on study leave in just under 4 weeks. How is the best way to revise at this point baring in mind I do English, Politics and Drama. I am most stressed about politics as I have told myself that I have to go over all the content before doing my essay plans. Any tips are helpful?
Original post by M4ti55a
Easter has just finished and I have 37 days until my first a level exam but I feel like I really didn't make a dent in my revision and everytime I try and revise I feel the looming stress of not finishing all my content before exam period starts and it just makes me less productive. I start school again tomorrow and go on study leave in just under 4 weeks. How is the best way to revise at this point baring in mind I do English, Politics and Drama. I am most stressed about politics as I have told myself that I have to go over all the content before doing my essay plans. Any tips are helpful?

Start your essay plans, I dont do those subjects per say, but Im doing essay plans for Biology which is helluva content full subject. Planning essays will be a form of a revision, so you hitting 2 birds with one stone. Do ppq afterwards to target things your weak on- rinse and repeat
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Original post by kasig195
Start your essay plans, I dont do those subjects per say, but Im doing essay plans for Biology which is helluva content full subject. Planning essays will be a form of a revision, so you hitting 2 birds with one stone. Do ppq afterwards to target things your weak on- rinse and repeat

thank you! What is ppq?
past paper questions

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