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    Hi, I've got around 6 examinations that are in the space of four days, Then i have the weekends and then Monday free, On Tuesday i have two exams and then 2 more on Wednesday, This will be in may, What do I do?

    Im predicted A/A* In most if not all of them
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    Have you created a revision timetable? Rather then panicking about something you can't change, make sure that you do as much as you can in terms of preparation to ensure you get the best grades possible :yep:
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    When are you starting revision? I'd suggest a month in advance.

    Like the above poster has said start a revision timetable and don't panic - it's doable. Good Luck


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    When are you starting revision? I'd suggest a month in advance.

    Like the above poster has said start a revision timetable and don't panic - it's doable. Good Luck


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    I don'y know when to start the first exams are in six weeks after these two week hollidays, Ermm...I also do not know how many hours/days a week I should invest in which subject...I can put my exam dates down if someone would like to help me!
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    I don'y know when to start the first exams are in six weeks after these two week hollidays, Ermm...I also do not know how many hours/days a week I should invest in which subject...I can put my exam dates down if someone would like to help me!
    Yes. When are your exam dates?

    You just need to work out your revision equally so you spend the same amount of effort on all your subjects. And work out what times your available to revise then do a timetable.

    I'd start ASAP if your exams are in 6 weeks.


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    Yes. When are your exam dates?

    You just need to work out your revision equally so you spend the same amount of effort on all your subjects. And work out what times your available to revise then do a timetable.

    I'd start ASAP if your exams are in 6 weeks.


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    Ok, My exams are now LOL, and I haven't started revising yet lol.
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    (Original post by Syedishtyaq)
    Ok, My exams are now LOL, and I haven't started revising yet lol.
    Don't worry I've only just started and mine are 2 weeks away!




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    Don't worry I've only just started and mine are 2 weeks away!


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    May I ask how many exams you have?
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    May I ask how many exams you have?
    4. You?


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    4. You?


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    7 and I've only done two days so far.... :/
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    Try to learn 5 different topics a day for each subject, ensuring you remember them all. If you have the confidence in yourself that you'll remember, you're more likely to remember it and thus not have to repeatedly go over it. Once you learn those questions, do 3 past papers on them. After that, move onto the remaining topics and keep going over them. That should take you about two days to learn a complete module. Revise the modules of the exams that are soonest (still keeping in mind your other exams are relatively soon) and revisit the soonest exams the day or two before they start (preferably two days so that you can ensure you learn all the topics that you may keep forgetting). That's what I do when I leave it too late anyway. xD
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    Sorry to say I didn't take anyones advice lol.
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    Don't worry I didn't take my own. So how did they go?


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