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What is the best method to study in last two months before exams to get A-Grade?
Moved to studying, revision and exam support πŸ™‚
What subjects are you doing and what level of study is it for?
yes would be helpful to know in the context of your aims
Original post by Ajwat
What is the best method to study in last two months before exams to get A-Grade?

Textbooks are a good shout. Though up here in Inverness, we don't have much technology to do the do.
Original post by Ajwat
What is the best method to study in last two months before exams to get A-Grade?
Hey there πŸ˜€

With two months on your side, you can certainly manage! All it takes is a solid schedule and some motivation. Personally, I always kick off my exam preparation by crafting a schedule that keeps me on course and accommodates long enough breaks and unexpected delays. To start, I immerse myself in familiarising with the exam content. Once I have pinpointed the topics to cover, I organise them into manageable chunks, allocating weeks or days based on the exam's scope and my available time. It is essential to be practical, factoring in breaks and leisure time.

Remember, setting achievable goals is the key to avoiding overwhelming discouragement from overestimating your capabilities!

Choosing a study technique is an individual decision since everyone has unique learning preferences. It is advantageous to explore different methods to discover what suits you best. I typically begin by generating notes from the textbook. The act of writing aids in solidifying my understanding as I rewrite and rephrase the material. Once I have created the notes, I review them to reinforce retention and highlight key concepts.

Moreover, I integrate active learning techniques like online quizzes, solving past papers, or interacting with mock exercises. Another successful tactic involves creating sets of questions derived from the notes and subsequently answering them. This holistic learning method greatly enhances my memory and promotes better information retention.

I hope it was helpful πŸ’ͺ Feel free to reach out if you have any questions πŸ˜‰ You can also chat with me or other students directly through The Ambassador Platform.

Best of luck with your exams,

Julia
Psychology student
De Montfort University
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Original post by flowersinmyhair
Moved to studying, revision and exam support πŸ™‚
What subjects are you doing and what level of study is it for?

This if A-level, Edexcel board and subjects are Maths, , Biology and Chemistry.
Original post by Ajwat
This if A-level, Edexcel board and subjects are Maths, , Biology and Chemistry.
Do you do Edexcel A or B for biology? I can offer more specific advice if you do A because I do SNAB :biggrin:

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