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What do you think the best revision pattern is for GCSE?

Would you say English revision 2 days in a row, and then 2 days of science, 2 days of maths and the other for another subject? or would you say 1 day english, next day science, next day maths etc etc.

Also, what do you consider to be best techniques? Lots of past papers? Quizzing yourself? Having your answers checked etc?
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No, try and do 2-3 subjects each day

1.5 hours on each. Because let's be real now, your not going to do 5+ hours revision on one subject a day.
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1 hour one subject

Fap break

1 hour new subject

Fab break

1 hour new subject

Celebratory fap break.

REPEAT. (If possible)
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(Original post by Willum Infanta)
1 hour one subject

Fap break

1 hour new subject

Fab break

1 hour new subject

Celebratory fap break.

REPEAT. (If possible)
Problem is, that'd be the end of the day for me.
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Thanks for the ideas.
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I would often like to do more than one subject per day when revising GCSE. It means you often do not feel stale about a subject after having done it for too long.
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