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    Should I already be revising for my mocks which are in November (16th)?


    I didn't revise for my mocks other than a week before for GCSE. I had mocks before Christmas but I had real exams in January, so I thought sod the mocks and concentrate on the real ones.

    I ended up having a mix, one or two A*, and Bs and U lol
    By the real thing I'd changed my U into an A.

    So to be honest if you have real exams in January time, concentrate on those.

    Although if you don't this is a good opportunity to make some notes!!
    Good luck!

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    Maybe don't revise heavily to begin with, just start reviewing notes and planning out how you will study for each exam. It would be a good idea to start printing out specifications and revision guides etc... to get started.
    Build it up slowly so you get into it, but by October you should be staring to revise more seriously- good luck

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