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    Hey Guys
    So I now have my GCSE Timetable and have 18 GCSE exams from the 13th May to the 12th June. I am really confused as to when to revise, how long for on each individual subject and when.
    I feel like making a GCSE revision timetable will be too complicated and I won't stick to it. Any suggestions/tips will be appreciated! Thanks!!
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    As soon as possible. You should check the syllabus for each subjects. It usually tells you how much hours you should put into the studying part.
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    Great! Thank you!
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    mee too im trying to find out when is the best time i wiuld say late feb to march and definitely dedicate easter to it but i might start doing light revision in feb

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    You should have started by now!!!
    From now on and flat out!!
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    (Original post by jashami)
    You should have started by now!!!
    From now on and flat out!!
    Not really.:lolwut:

    Some people start next month and still get great grades. No "flat out" revision is needed atm:no:
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    Start now if you want good grades.
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    I started a couple of weeks before my first exam and crammed most of it but i still got all a stars and as- its not how long you revise for but how productive it is !! don't worry about it
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    I've started now, but only because I have mocks in a week's time. I'll probably switch back to lighter revision and then crank it up as time goes by.
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    (Original post by jashami)
    You should have started by now!!!
    From now on and flat out!!
    Absolutely not.
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    I just feel like if I start revising now I'll forget everything for the real exams, and how many hours do you recommend per schoolnight?
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    I would recommend the Easter holidays. I didn't start till around after the Easter hols tbh (hardcore revision) although I did start doing some light revision around March ish


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    oh dear I'm reading this on April 16th and I haven't started revising yet :/
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    ^ cut yourself off from everything, knuckle down and start revising like a lunatic, or wing it bro
 
 
 
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