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    If it's mocks i wouldn't burn yourself out, it will be quite impossible to revise that much everyday im afraid to say! x
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    (Original post by manutd27)
    Hi

    Got mocks coming up!!

    Haven't revised yet!

    Is it possible to reivse 6-10 hours a day? If so how?

    I have 7 subjects to revise for.

    What I was thinking of doing was if I did

    From 9-2 do 40 minutes of work an hour = 240 minutes
    From 3-6 do 30 minutes of work an hour = 120 minutes
    From 7-9 do 20 minutes of work an hour = 60 minutes

    Which equates to 420 mintutes = 7 hours. Will that work and is the reasnable?

    Please help!

    Thanks guys!
    ofcourse you can, id say its really not that much, not to discourage you but more to encourage you, for me 14+ hours is a lot. However id take a break between 9 to 2 otherwise you wont be able to concentrate 5 hours straight unless if you feel your able to. Different people have different methods. For me when Im feelin tired of studyin turn on some music plus some coffee/tea/redbull and back to work
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    Yes, but probably not advisable. Just depends who you are, I;ve got 1 retake to revise for and am going 4 hours a day over Christmas, which should be manageable.
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    (Original post by amohamed146)
    ofc it is!
    for my real A2 june exams i used to revise ages, like 14 hours a day and one day i did 22 hours!!!!
    what the ****?!

    I don't think i've revised more than 30 hours in my entire lifetime and managed average GCSE and A-level grades.

    Suppose that is why they were only average :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by karateworm)
    Road to El Dorado - My favourite film ever
    I just youtubed the trailer.. why haven't I seen this film before? :cry2: Anyways, thanks.
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    (Original post by SophiaKeuning)
    I just youtubed the trailer.. why haven't I seen this film before? :cry2: Anyways, thanks.
    I think it was by the team that made Lion King, it didn't sell very well though! The trailer I don't think is very good, it doesn't do the actual film justice.

    But yeah, try and find the DVD. It'll be worth it I promise
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    I did one day (about 8 hours) for each science, and then about 2 hours for history - that was it... got 5A*s out of 7 exams, mocks are pointless anyways - but if you revise now you won't have to as much when it comes to the real thing.
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    Try and spell 'revise' correctly next time my friend.
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    LOL GCSEs! I did [Insert underestimated amount of time] and I got [Insert exaggeration of grades].
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    (Original post by IFondledAGibbon)
    LOL GCSEs! I did [Insert underestimated amount of time] and I got [Insert exaduration of grades].
    What?

    GCSEs are the biggest con in the world - you're worrying too much.
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    Probably. Not sure if I had managed. Too much, and it just becomes well.. Too much and you won't learn much.
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    So who managed to get it through your head that you need to revise that much for GCSE's?! 6 hours is the maximum, hell i don't even do that for my A-levels lol, i didn't even revise for my GCSE's or do any work in class and managed some C's and D's lol. Its not that hard, its so simplistic its beyond belief when i looked through the content of the courses.
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    Yes, just follow a plan/timetable, like you have.
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    6-10 hours a day.....for gcse's? :rofl2:
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    Yeah ... but you shouldn't need to unless you're literally revising stuff the day before, especially considering it's just GCSEs. 10 hour days are intense!
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    I'm not revising more than 4 hours a day in this holiday, and I'm at frickken university. Please, please try and have a life while you still have time.
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      Don't think there are enough hours in the day.
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      you're still young, have FUN !, chill out with the revision !
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      (Original post by manutd27)
      Hi

      Is it possible to reivse 6-10 hours a day? If so how?
      Revise yes, revise effectively no.
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      They're GCSE's. I did no revision and still averaged A*-B for everything, even French! Concentrate your efforts on the one's you have the most trouble with first.
     
     
     
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