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    (Original post by 5h3bi)
    That's awesome!
    However i'm dedicating this many hours of studying due to me being quite worried about my GCSE results.
    I feel like if i spent the same time revising and studying like I did in GCSE I wont get AAAA, however I might consider on lessening the hours I spend in revision as I could potentially be burning myself out.
    At the moment, just do an hour extra per subject each week and up it after Christmas- as you'll feel it in November and yeah, you could be really putting yourself at risk (both burning out and stress) by doing too much too soon
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    (Original post by 5h3bi)
    That's awesome!
    However i'm dedicating this many hours of studying due to me being quite worried about my GCSE results.
    I feel like if i spent the same time revising and studying like I did in GCSE I wont get AAAA, however I might consider on lessening the hours I spend in revision as I could potentially be burning myself out.
    Hey what did you get in your gcse results?
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    Just keep up with your homework, make sure to revise a few days in advance for tests throughout the year. Second half of the year is when you should start gradually revising, ramping up the time spent on revision.
 
 
 
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