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    Hey,
    I'm in year 10 and I have around 5 GCSE's in June. I've got the core AQA Sciences and both EDEXCEL Maths Exams.

    I've been doing a little bit of revision here and there but not proper, dedicated, daily revision.

    Just wandering, is 2 months enough time to revise and still get good grades on all these exams? Obviously not revising every subject everyday but perhaps one a day?

    Thanks alot
    Chris
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    2 months is plenty of time, especially for 5 exams.
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    (Original post by chrisshort)
    Hey,
    I'm in year 10 and I have around 5 GCSE's in June. I've got the core AQA Sciences and both EDEXCEL Maths Exams.

    I've been doing a little bit of revision here and there but not proper, dedicated, daily revision.

    Just wandering, is 2 months enough time to revise and still get good grades on all these exams? Obviously not revising every subject everyday but perhaps one a day?

    Thanks alot
    Chris
    I did my A-level revision in under a month dude, 2 months is more then enough.
    2 months is more then some creatures live! So for your revision it's long enough .
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    5 Gcse's exams? You wouldn't even need more than 5 days for that tbh.
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    I wish I had your dedication in year 10 .. But I spent a week in GCSE's
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    That's more than enough! I spent less than that revising for my IB exams to get into uni...
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    (Original post by mcdermie)
    That's more than enough! I spent less than that revising for my IB exams to get into uni...
    What did you get??
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    Yes definitely, if you stick at that for two months you should do well. Good luck.
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    (Original post by mcdermie)
    That's more than enough! I spent less than that revising for my IB exams to get into uni...
    OUT OF INTEREST. How much did you revise? I'm about to do the IB and started about 2 months ago on and off but hardcore a month ago.
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    More than enough time. I've always been told that little and often is the best way to revise as well, so don't see it as a bad thing you've been doing bits here and there. Not that i listen, its always going to be cramming for me
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    What is the point of these threads?

    Even if it wasn't enough time (it is enough time...), you'd still be better off attempting to revise than simply giving up.
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    About two months too long if you ask me
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    That's more than enough time!
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    (Original post by Calllu-m)
    OUT OF INTEREST. How much did you revise? I'm about to do the IB and started about 2 months ago on and off but hardcore a month ago.
    I have my exams next week, probably started properly about 2/3 weeks ago, but had been doing some on and off before plus revised throughout for mocks and progress exams etc, still don't feel 100% though. I think with IB though you can never know enough, like there will always be more you could know, especially if you do subjects like history/geography!!
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    (Original post by mcdermie)
    I have my exams next week, probably started properly about 2/3 weeks ago, but had been doing some on and off before plus revised throughout for mocks and progress exams etc, still don't feel 100% though. I think with IB though you can never know enough, like there will always be more you could know, especially if you do subjects like history/geography!!
    I do both. At HL. -.-
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    For only 5 yes
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    (Original post by Calllu-m)
    I do both. At HL. -.-
    Oh same, I feel your pain! Biggest mistake EVER!!

    Are you in your first or second year??
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    (Original post by chrisshort)
    Hey,
    I'm in year 10 and I have around 5 GCSE's in June. I've got the core AQA Sciences and both EDEXCEL Maths Exams.

    I've been doing a little bit of revision here and there but not proper, dedicated, daily revision.

    Just wandering, is 2 months enough time to revise and still get good grades on all these exams? Obviously not revising every subject everyday but perhaps one a day?

    Thanks alot
    Chris
    I have exams on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday next week and I'm on TSR.
    Two months is plenty of time :P
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    (Original post by mcdermie)
    Oh same, I feel your pain! Biggest mistake EVER!!

    Are you in your first or second year??
    Second. T-minus 6 days until go time.
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    2 months, 5 exams, year 10 GCSE's?

    Plenty of time.

    Just make sure you revise consistently.
 
 
 
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