I am really stressing out with the amount of time I have left with GCSE'sWatch
i started revising about 4 or 5 weeks before my GCSE's and i still got good grades, not 7A*, but 5, the rest were 3As and 2 Bs (Bs in english lang and lit). Believe me i didn't even speak proper English until year 10. I picked up very fast.
Start making revision notes from now, you'll be fine
Another important thing for getting an A* is exam technique- there's no point knowing the whole syllabus if you can't relay it in the way the examiners want it.
2 months is more than enough time- especially because you'll have the Easter holidays before your exams, and May half term in the middle
Chillout for a second and evaluate.
2 months, 10 days. Approximately 70 days. Say you do 3 hours of revision on average a day, that's 210 hours of revision. 10 subjects. Say you want to split that equally then that's 21 hours of revision per subject. You can manipulate this though if you want to cater towards subjects you need revision for. So do 25 hours of Maths but 17 hours of religious studies for example.
Make a timetable to satisfy all your subjects and their given hours uptowards your first exam and you're sorted and don't need to worry.
Honestly, you don't need 21 hours for 1 GCSE subject but because you're already worried then start tomorrow if you want 21 hours per subject!