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    No one can give you a straight answer to this, it really depends on you.

    For example, I never revised a day in my life and got an A at GCSE. My best friend revised for 3 hours daily 3 months before exams and got the same.

    Your academic ability will define how much revision is required. Download a past paper and take it, that should indicate where your at, then work from there.

    FYI, I do not recommend not revising like me. I got lucky, you might not



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    (Original post by Ryanx623)
    No one can give you a straight answer to this, it really depends on you.

    For example, I never revised a day in my life and got an A at GCSE. My best friend revised for 3 hours daily 3 months before exams and got the same.

    Your academic ability will define how much revision is required. Download a past paper and take it, that should indicate where your at, then work from there.

    FYI, I do not recommend not revising like me. I got lucky, you might not



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    I'll download a paper now and report back D:
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