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I am thinking of starting soon
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January
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april
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Jan
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I have English Language and History coursework to complete in January, so I'll probably start in February.
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January at the earliest


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Tomorrow!
..Everything is in order underneath my bed, timetable and stationary all sorted. I'll make the most of this holiday.
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Mocks after this holiday so now I guess

In reality though I am a bit of a night-before reviser so doubt I will get much done... I'll try to change for my GCSEs, I swear!
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As soon as possible - the more revision, the better the grade!
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(Original post by Lucofthewoods)
I am thinking of starting soon
Starting after boxing day.

> Am crying inside
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January / February
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Feb- probably about 3 months before each exam.
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I have 6 exams in jan so i've started like 2 weeks ago and will be working through christmas like another usual school day, taking breaks here and there of course to stay sane. then i got around 15 exams in may-june, so i'll be right to it straight after jan exams, it's gonna be a tough year
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Tomorrow!
..Everything is in order underneath my bed, timetable and stationary all sorted. I'll make the most of this holiday.
I wish I was as organised as you :rolleyes:
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Im starting now as i practically slept all through year 10 and i want to do subjects that require A*s so i kinda need to use these last 4 1/2 months wisely. 1hr or more a day for me depending on how many topics i need to cover but it will increase as the exams draw nearer. Nothing wrong with starting early just remember to pace yourself or you'll get burnt out quickly. If you do that there is no reason why you cant get A/A*s in GCSEs as compared to A level they are piss easy.
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