This year, my mocks are after Christmas. Great.
Instead of being able to relax during the lengthy Christmas break and indulge in copious amounts of chocolates and multiple viewings of Love Actually and Nativity, I shall be locked away in the dining room with my head down trying to memorise 209439480394 court cases for the Supreme Court unit of my Politics A Level. Whilst I can’t offer any method to get away with no revision this holiday season, I can give you a couple of tips that will hopefully lighten your load of work.
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In my first year at sixth form, I couldn’t believe how much free time I had. I spent most of my free periods in the common room socialising with friends and getting to know new people. Don’t get me wrong, making connections with people is super important at college, however, as we got towards mocks and the mid-way point of the year, I suddenly realised I had a lot of work that needed to be done pretty quickly. Over my first year, I developed systems that have worked well for me and have allowed me to be ultra-productive. Here are my top tips for using your free time at college effectively.
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