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    Hello there everybody!

    This thread is basically made for people to discuss their revision strategies and exam preparation.

    Feel free to answer these questions:


    1. What are your subjects?

    2.What subject are you prioritizing and why?

    3.What time of the day do you begin to revise?

    4.What is your standard revision timetable?

    5.Are you feeling the pressure?

    6. [insert any other relevant information here]


    Good luck everyone!

    "I do not know anyone who has got to the top without hard work. That is the recipe. It will not always get you to the top, but should get you pretty near."
    -Margaret Thatcher

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    cannot be bothered to revise eugggghhhh procrastination suck my .........
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    (Original post by madfish)
    Hello there everybody!

    This thread is basically made for people to discuss their revision strategies and exam preparation.

    Feel free to answer these questions:


    1. What are your subjects?

    2.What subject are you prioritizing and why?

    3.What time of the day do you begin to revise?

    4.What is your standard revision timetable?

    5.Are you feeling the pressure?

    6. [insert any other relevant information here]


    Good luck everyone!

    "I do not know anyone who has got to the top without hard work. That is the recipe. It will not always get you to the top, but should get you pretty near."
    -Margaret Thatcher

    1. I study: History, English Literature, Religious Studies and Biology

    2. Probably History because I want to study it at uni

    3. Usually early morning around 8am so that I can get most of my work done in the morning so that I can have some of my afternoon off

    4. Reasonable 1 hour slots with breaks in between (e.g. Do English extract analysis for an hour [10-15 mins. break] then revise eukaryotic cells for Biology), something along these lines. I probably get 6-8 hours revision done a day (during the holidays obviously). During school time, only 2 hours an evening because I am VERY tired

    5. Yes I am! But my revision is well-planned so I hope that I stick to it. Having said that, the essay techniques can get quite scary so...

    6. If you need any form of help with any of the subjects mentioned above then feel free to PM me
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    wow on college days i do around 45minutes hard core intense revision, then on holidays i do around 2hrs with 2/3 days break.Im only scraping bloody C's, but i cant revise
    i get distracted so easily.Is their any fun/interesting ways to revise ?? sounds silly,but yeah,let me know plehz.

    thankyoo

    p.s im in my A2 year doing bio/english language/psych =)
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    I'm closing this thread as there are threads in study help that already have the same intention:

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=2158154

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=2183830

 
 
 
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