“So what subject are you planning to study at university?” Is a question I am sure you are all familiar with if you are currently / have been in sixth form.
Having elected to take Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Further Maths at A Level, other than the fact that those A Levels would allow me to study something "sciencey" at university, I had absolutely no clue what to apply for through UCAS come the first term of year 13.
Fast forward to the summer holidays of year 12 and I had, by then, decided to study Chemistry. So how on earth did that happen? This blog post will address this and hopefully it’ll give you some pointers to help you decide what university course to apply for through UCAS if you’re currently stuck!
One of the best ways to reduce stress prior to exams is to actually plan out your revision time. However, that’s easier said than done–creating a study plan is one thing, but actually sticking to it for once is a completely different story. Over the years I have finally found a process of making a study plan that I can actually stick to, and it has worked for me personally during the hectic times of GCSEs along with A Levels. So hopefully it will work for you too if you’re struggling to plan your revision effectively prior to exams.