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    So before I tell you my idea, my gcse subjects are maths, further maths, chemistry, biology, physics, english lit, english Lang, drama, history and computer science. This means I have 9 subjects to revise as I dont need to revise for any drama written exam (I only do a practical). I also have about 8 or 9 weeks left until my gcses. Anyway my idea is: do you think that for every week I have I should completely focus on one subject? So for one week its maths and the next week chemistry etc. Or would it be an extremely bad idea? I have no idea how to prioritize my revision and I dont know if I have enough time to revise eeverything. I only just started history which has a HUGE amount of content and I need to learn all of further maths before exams, as well as revise it
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    Sounds good to me 😎
 
 
 
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