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    Hi guys! I've got my GCSE exams coming up next week and despite having done so much revision, I still think I haven't done QUITE enough? I begin to doubt myself whether I've covered enough stuff to do excellent in my exams. Have any of you experienced the similar feeling to mine in the past?
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    Yup, I felt the same.

    Do a couple of a past papers and it should give you a good indication of how well your revision is going. If you feel you have doubts on some questions, then after finishing the paper go back and read through these areas and gain a firm understanding of the topic you struggled with. You wanna be in a position where no matter what question they throw at you, you know how to tackle it.

    Good luck with your exams!
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    You can never do too little revision for a GCSE.
    Keep smashing some papers/schemes and you can't go wrong..

    Well I did :'(
 
 
 
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