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    How is everyone doing with revision at the moment?
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    Revision is good.. Need to finish all my revision hardship to memory b4 the end of March(time is steep)
    &then April is past papers past papers past papers
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    (Original post by Wordsaredeadly)
    Revision is good.. Need to finish all my revision hardship to memory b4 the end of March(time is steep)
    &then April is past papers past papers past papers
    That sounds like a good plan, when did you actually like properly start revising?
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    I haven't started proper revision yet :/
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    I started in January...well I started b4 but January was when I had finished all my courseworks/ controlled assessments
    Revision is exhausting me rn
    I can't wait for results day
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    (Original post by Wordsaredeadly)
    I started in January...well I started b4 but January was when I had finished all my courseworks/ controlled assessments
    Revision is exhausting me rn
    I can't wait for results day
    Thats really good, and same but kind of worried tbh. Do you think there is still time to revise because i basically have the same plan as you. How long do you revise for daily btw?
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    (Original post by lsobel)
    I haven't started proper revision yet :/
    Start now! LOL
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    There's definetly enough time
    But it depends on how quickly you learn... I learn quite slowly
    I revise for around 4 hours
    1 hour in the morning(maths)
    3 hours after school(atm I'm doing geography,C2 and history )
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    I really want that A* streak...but geography is killing me. We'll see how it goes
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    (Original post by Wordsaredeadly)
    There's definetly enough time
    But it depends on how quickly you learn... I learn quite slowly
    I revise for around 4 hours
    1 hour in the morning(maths)
    3 hours after school(atm I'm doing geography,C2 and history )
    That made me feel a bit better lol, time is like an issue for me. And 4 hours is good. Good luck with all your GCSE's and hopefully you will get the grades you want.
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    (Original post by Wordsaredeadly)
    I really want that A* streak...but geography is killing me. We'll see how it goes
    Same omg, and math is killing me lol.
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    ...I want to curl up and die...
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    (Original post by 11lmizo)
    How is everyone doing with revision at the moment?
    Haven't started yet. Most people in my school say they started march/april and got 10 A*s or something crazy like that. I do go to one of the best grammar schools tho
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    The thing with maths ... it's not hard at all you just need to practice practice practice
    That's how I moved from a C to an A*
    Do maths every day & you'll do well
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    (Original post by under8ed)
    Haven't started yet. Most people in my school say they started march/april and got 10 A*s or something crazy like that. I do go to one of the best grammar schools tho
    Gotta love grammar schools. It's the same for me too!
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    I haven't started yet i want to get at least all Bs but business studies is really bringing me down. i don't understand s*** in that subject plus the teacher is boring
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    (Original post by Wordsaredeadly)
    The thing with maths ... it's not hard at all you just need to practice practice practice
    That's how I moved from a C to an A*
    Do maths every day & you'll do well
    Sound advice! Also work on specific topics that you are weaker in...
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    (Original post by under8ed)
    Haven't started yet. Most people in my school say they started march/april and got 10 A*s or something crazy like that. I do go to one of the best grammar schools tho
    Grammer schools do seem good, like what is so different other than good teachers and smart students lol?
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    (Original post by Wordsaredeadly)
    The thing with maths ... it's not hard at all you just need to practice practice practice
    That's how I moved from a C to an A*
    Do maths every day & you'll do well
    Wow thats really good, and yeah i kind of do that but im like really dumb in math.
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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    ...I want to curl up and die...
    Same here buddy, but im afraid thats not the solution lol.
 
 
 
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