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    I have 16 Mock exams from the 3rd - 13th January.

    3 for English
    2 for Economics
    3 for Science
    2 for Maths
    1 for Citizenship
    1 for Geography
    1 for French
    1 for Business
    1 for Religious Studies
    1 for Statistics


    I have exactly 17 days till the mocks. I was thinking about revising an exam per day. I'll probably spend around 2-3 hours each day and maybe 4 on subjects I'm weak at. I'm thinking about revising 1 hour in the morning( I wake up at 11 am) when I'm not busy, then an hour in the afternoon just before I go out with friends in the evening. When I come back home (around 1-2 am), if I have energy I might revise another hour. Obviously there will be some days that I won't revise at all but I'll cover those by doing 4-5 hours on days that I'm free.

    What I will do for each exam :

    Read key points in textbook. Read a CGP book for the exam. Go over schoolwork. Past papers (around 2-3 for each exam?). Then the day before the exam I will just read the CGP Book for the subject and do another past paper if I have time.

    Do you think this will be effective?
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    They're mocks. It really doesn't matter.
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    Revise a tiny bit, but don't exert yourself too much; they're just mocks. If you want to do hardcore revision, do it before your real ones.
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    Tbf, revising now has its good point - experimenting how you should revise in this time might not be a bad idea. Otherwise, forget about it, don't do too much or waste your time.
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    Lolgasm at OP stressing about GCSE mocks.
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    I'm not stressing. I'm moving to one of the best schools in my city after GCSE's and they require 5-6 A*'s in GCSE's. My mock results will be sent to them for admission.
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    When it comes to your proper GCSE's you'll have enough stress and revision to do then. In my opinion I wouldn't bother revising.
 
 
 
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