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When to tart revising for GCSEs?

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Why bother with a post grad course - waste of time? 17-10-2016
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    I have my single award science physics exam in November and I find physics quite difficult so it will require me to put a lot of work into it, but that only gives me like 2 months to revise. We kinda started physics in June before we finished for summer after the chemistry exam was over with but I didn't revise it because there was no point if I was about to go off for summer but I'm worried that 2 months isn't enough time to revise! I'm in physics on Monday yesterday was my first day but it was induction day so I wasn't in class, so when should I start working? Is 2 months enough? Or should I ask if I can be entered for the February exam instead?

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