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    (Original post by simply_a_ Δ)
    Only just found this thread!
    Dunno why I'm excited, probs because I'm optimistic that this will help me stop procrastinating every day! (am I the only one who just does nothing useful after school?)
    Ok my revision block will probs start from 6:30 and end at 8 pm.
    I'm hoping to get my C1 paper finished and make notes and squeeze in some practice on Coordinate geometry.
    Do not fear! You are not alone, haha yeah I am doing Maths too, Core 1 I find really easy, but stats is so difficult - I guess our brains' just see different problems in different ways! :P
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    (Original post by tootfruity)
    :eek: I could really do with a steak pie right now as I revise English!!
    Trust me, it was mmmm delicious, and so 'steaky' too :P No I won't be annoying like that, but here, if you're ever bored and hungry, you can just stare at this one :P
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    (Original post by GamingandMaths)
    Trust me, it was mmmm delicious, and so 'steaky' too :P No I won't be annoying like that, but here, if you're ever bored and hungry, you can just stare at this one :P
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    Ah come onnnnnn it looks so good😯😢 great way to procrastinate 😜
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    Idk how to revise ):

    Especially for maths ugh and English Lang

    And science, making notes doesn't help me or videos shall I just learn it by heart?


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    Idk how to revise ):

    Especially for maths ugh and English Lang

    And science, making notes doesn't help me or videos shall I just learn it by heart?


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    Maths - past papers are your best friend, practise till your eyes bleed - well I wouldn't go that far!
    English - again, practise. Reading examiners' reports is also very useful as you can gage where people slipped up, on which object, so you can fine-tune and hone in on these particular features in your writing.
    Science - guess what? Practise! There is nothing wrong with making some flashcards or just reading through it, as long as the information is going in!
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    (Original post by GamingandMaths)
    Maths - past papers are your best friend, practise till your eyes bleed - well I wouldn't go that far!
    English - again, practise. Reading examiners' reports is also very useful as you can gage where people slipped up, on which object, so you can fine-tune and hone in on these particular features in your writing.
    Science - guess what? Practise! There is nothing wrong with making some flashcards or just reading through it, as long as the information is going in!
    Do you think less than two months is enough for revision or will I flop


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    (Original post by Hashbrowniehazie)
    Do you think less than two months is enough for revision or will I flop


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    Is this GCSEs or A-Level?
    GCSEs you should have no problem at all, I left it till 3 weeks before till properly knuckling down, I came out with 5 A/A*, 6B's and I'm not the brightest of cookies!!
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    (Original post by Hashbrowniehazie)
    Do you think less than two months is enough for revision or will I flop


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    Imaging doing about 4-5 hours per day multiply that with 60 days. You got enough time as long as those 4-5 hours is quality revision

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    (Original post by GamingandMaths)
    Is this GCSEs or A-Level?
    GCSEs you should have no problem at all, I left it till 3 weeks before till properly knuckling down, I came out with 5 A/A*, 6B's and I'm not the brightest of cookies!!
    GCSEs
    And woahhh #impressed xD


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    (Original post by Hashbrowniehazie)
    GCSEs
    And woahhh #impressed xD

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    No I wasn't happy with them, at least I didn't get any C's. If you start now, think how many A/A*'s you could get!

    (Original post by Hunnybeebee)
    Imaging doing about 4-5 hours per day multiply that with 60 days. You got enough time as long as those 4-5 hours is quality revision

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    Hunnybeebee makes a really good point here, you should have ample amount of time given that your revision is concise.
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    (Original post by Hunnybeebee)
    Imaging doing about 4-5 hours per day multiply that with 60 days. You got enough time as long as those 4-5 hours is quality revision

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    Thank you ☺️!!


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    (Original post by GamingandMaths)
    For interest sake, the steak pie was sooooooooo nice! It was literally beautiful, so from 17:15-18:15 I will be doing some maths homework thats due tomorrow, however, it is also very good revision for my exam - so I guess I'm killing two birds with one stone, as the old saying goes!
    :rofl:
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    (Original post by GamingandMaths)
    Do not fear! You are not alone, haha yeah I am doing Maths too, Core 1 I find really easy, but stats is so difficult - I guess our brains' just see different problems in different ways! :P
    How are you finding C2?
    S1 has too many words xD
    I find graph related equations and graphs verrrry confusing. I just don't know where to start. Is it just a matter of practice?
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    (Original post by Hashbrowniehazie)
    Thank you ☺️!!

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    No problem, anytime

    (Original post by Anon_98)
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    😂 How is it going on your end?

    (Original post by simply_a_ Δ)
    How are you finding C2?
    S1 has too many words xD
    I find graph related equations and graphs verrrry confusing. I just don't know where to start. Is it just a matter of practice?
    C2 is okay I guess, logarithms are fun because they are fundamental in their principle. I don't like transformations of graphs, however integration is good. Sequences - arithmetic is a gift from God, but geometric is Satan calling! How are you finding it?
    And yeah I'm just practising so much with it; I am also going to see my teachers outside of lesson time to get extra help with topics I am struggling with!
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    (Original post by Hashbrowniehazie)
    Do you think less than two months is enough for revision or will I flop
    Yes ofc it is, provided that you work hard from now! If we tell you it's not enough and that you have absolutely no chance of attaining the grades you want does that mean you'll be like:

    "Oh, well nevermind, I tried? Anon_98 said I'll flop, so I guess it's true- I'll just wait + accept fate now"

    Exactly. So stop spending valuable time thinking about whether you've got enough time and just start! You'll be a whole lot less worried about it once you do something, I promise. <3 Even if it only a little tiny bit to begin with.

    I apologise if I sound a little horrible btw, I don't mean it. >.<
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    (Original post by GamingandMaths)
    No problem, anytime



    😂 How is it going on your end?



    C2 is okay I guess, logarithms are fun because they are fundamental in their principle. I don't like transformations of graphs, however integration is good. Sequences - arithmetic is a gift from God, but geometric is Satan calling! How are you finding it?
    And yeah I'm just practising so much with it; I am also going to see my teachers outside of lesson time to get extra help with topics I am struggling with!
    Arithmetic series <3
    I'm just struggling with C2 tbh . Revision for C2 needs to start ASAP
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    (Original post by GamingandMaths)
    😂 How is it going on your end?
    It's going okay, thank you! I stopped posting every hr/so bc I was essentially revising for the same thing and didn't want to be repetitive about it. I did get quite distracted at around 7pm though so ofc I logged out in order to get back on track again. :'3

    Yourself?
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    Stopping now bc I'd like to have an early night so I wake up with lots of time to spare tomorrow. I've watched all the required videos + been through everything I need to at least 3 times so hoping it will turn out okay. I'm going to spend the next hour relaxing + stuff.

    Ahh... :crazy:

    Goodnight! I will spend tomorrow doing Maths S1.
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    Anyone here doing Scottish Qualifications? National 5's, Highers or Advanced Highers?
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    (Original post by simply_a_ Δ)
    Arithmetic series <3
    I'm just struggling with C2 tbh . Revision for C2 needs to start ASAP
    Such a beautiful section! Literally free marks!
 
 
 

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