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    (Original post by pyxis)
    No problem! I'm doing GCSEs too and gonna try to start slowly and then increase the hours. Good luck!! What subjects are you doing?
    Yeah I think that'd be the best way to go! I don't want to jump right in the deep end with long revision hours too early! Good luck to you too! I'm doing Home Economics Child Development, French, Physical Education and Home Economics Cooking How about you?

    I've decided to start around mid-March; that gives me a month to learn the content and make notes till mid April, and then a month of past papers till mid May which gives me plenty of time .

    Half of my notes are already made though so happy days

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    Now. Of course you won't burn out, you're not that weak. You do have the option of slowing down at any point.

    (Original post by dragonzrmetal)
    Now. Of course you won't burn out, you're not that weak. You do have the option of slowing down at any point.
    It's easy to burn out. Don't neglect that idea.

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