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    Anybody got any clues on how they are going to set out their gcse revision? E.g when they'll start, what they plan on doing each day, how long the plan on doing each topic/ subject for overall etc? Anyone who's also done their gcse and can shine some light on the situation are welcome 😄😄


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    im going to start around easter maybe a couple hours a day i bought coloured pens and que cards im more of a writing and memorising person

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    When I did my gcse's I set out a revision timetable but I didn't stick to it as I just knew which areas I needed to cover as I was revising as I just didn't feel prepared. and I kept going overtime on subjects I was revising. Instead of setting out a long term revision plan which I don't think is that good idea as as you go along plans pop up and you have revision sessions anyway. Every day when I got home I just wrote on a post it note what I was going to do that evening which I felt was better)


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    (Original post by Beth_p)
    When I did my gcse's I set out a revision timetable but I didn't stick to it as I just knew which areas I needed to cover as I was revising as I just didn't feel prepared. and I kept going overtime on subjects I was revising. Instead of setting out a long term revision plan which I don't think is that good idea as as you go along plans pop up and you have revision sessions anyway. Every day when I got home I just wrote on a post it note what I was going to do that evening which I felt was better)


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    Thanks for the help! 😄


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