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    (Original post by Gromit94)
    I'm going to start revising properly on Monday. I have been doing a litle bit here and there but my timetable starts Monday 2 months is long enough I think. I started revising for my GCSEs in March on Yr11 and by June I was quite depressed
    For GCSE, you can pick up a text book the day before
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    next week?
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    (Original post by Tabers)
    Easter hols I'm starting. I've had too much coursework and homework to cope with up to this point. But revision will start next week!!
    What she said!
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    2 hours a day per exam from saturday - I see no reason why that won't be enough to secure 90%+ UMS.
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    (Original post by paella)
    2 hours a day per exam from saturday - I see no reason why that won't be enough to secure 90%+ UMS.
    How many exams do you have? I'd have to do 20 hours a day with your regime.
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    3 hours a day per subject starting from monday because for the next couple of days i will be busy improving my coursework. But yeah starting in easter is the best time.
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    Exams on the 14th, 15th, 16th and 17th!
    Get in there!
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    (Original post by jamiepango)
    if you took 4 subjects, that would mean 12 hours a day! :O Careful you don't burn yourself out...
    And remember, sleep is just as important
    lol I won't be revising four subjects, but rather only 3. The fourth one is a language, I don't tend to revise anything for it.
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    I have exams in a month, and can't stop procrastinating. Any tips?
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    my god this topic really speaks my mind lol
    1 more month to go but still have to cover what teacher has not fully covered.. anyway, if it's not ok then it's not the end isn't it? xD
    good luck with revision everyone : D
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    I don't know - like two weeks before my exams? I do past papers... For the January modules I was literally getting to the point where I was doing four papers a day (I had six exams) in lessons and stuff, which worked out fine (all As)
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    I have been revising since the beginning of march but my proper heavy revision started today (first day of easter hols) and i've got a chock-a-block schedule, my first exam isn't until the 16th of June though so 9 weeks
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    (Original post by Groat)
    How many exams do you have? I'd have to do 20 hours a day with your regime.
    3 lol.
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    (Original post by Jacktri)
    wait you revised for GCSEs what a waste of time
    Yeah, cause I take my education seriously
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    (Original post by paella)
    3 lol.
    9 hours a day is still hefty! Maybe try and reduce that to 6 hours a day? It's more likely to be successful revision if you take it in smaller chunks.
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    i keeep procrastinating :|
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    I have 3 exams and only need to get CCU to get my AAB for Uni, but i'm still stressing over my revision, if i don't think there's enough time to revise for 3 exams, how are you guys revising for 6,7 or 8???
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    (Original post by Groat)
    Out of curiosity, what subjects are you taking? I aim to be in a similar position as you next year - that's partly my motivation for AS-Levels.
    I took Maths Chemistry and Physics
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    Half term, hopefully 12-5 everyday :yep:
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    (Original post by Irishmonkey1992)
    How is that possible for you to only need to get BCD in your June exams to come out with the overall A-Levels - AAA?
    Because my AS exams and January A2 where pretty high
 
 
 
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