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    The thing is: I got told yesterday that my school is going to be doing another set of mocks next week.

    But I haven't done much revision apart from C1 and half of P1 and maths.

    The teachers should have told us a week in advanced but they didnt...

    So should I rush P1 and squeeze B1 revision before the mocks (in less than 2 days) or should i revise at a slower pace so that I can revise the subjects more effectively?

    Questions:
    Do you think its too late to properly revise all the subjects now?
    How can i keep track of revision for all my subjects and complete courseworks at the same time?
    And how can I remember the subjects content more effectively because after iv'e revised a subject and start revising another, I start to forget some of the older subject. - Pisses me off when that happens :P
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    (Original post by shohaib712)
    The thing is: I got told yesterday that my school is going to be doing another set of mocks next week.

    But I haven't done much revision apart from C1 and half of P1 and maths.

    The teachers should have told us a week in advanced but they didnt...

    So should I rush P1 and squeeze B1 revision before the mocks (in less than 2 days) or should i revise at a slower pace so that I can revise the subjects more effectively?

    Questions:
    Do you think its too late to properly revise all the subjects now?
    How can i keep track of revision for all my subjects and complete courseworks at the same time?
    And how can I remember the subjects content more effectively because after iv'e revised a subject and start revising another, I start to forget some of the older subject. - Pisses me off when that happens :P
    Ahhhh I no exactly how you feel! My school decided to tell me on the Friday before that we had exams starting on the Monday! But try not to worry about it base what you revise on your exam timetable of what subjects you have on what days and you should be fine. It's definetly not to late to start revising, do as much of it as you can. Perhaps try making a revision timetable to keep track of revision and slotting in times to finish off coursework. At my school we have intervention/extra classes put on to help us revise so if your school does them attend them. Revising to many subjects in a day can make you forget things, try revising maybe 2-3 subjects a day and once doing a subject getting someone to quiz you on it or re read over your notes trying to memorise things or do a past paper. Hope this helps
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    (Original post by emilie.rafferty)
    Ahhhh I no exactly how you feel! My school decided to tell me on the Friday before that we had exams starting on the Monday! But try not to worry about it base what you revise on your exam timetable of what subjects you have on what days and you should be fine. It's definetly not to late to start revising, do as much of it as you can. Perhaps try making a revision timetable to keep track of revision and slotting in times to finish off coursework. At my school we have intervention/extra classes put on to help us revise so if your school does them attend them. Revising to many subjects in a day can make you forget things, try revising maybe 2-3 subjects a day and once doing a subject getting someone to quiz you on it or re read over your notes trying to memorise things or do a past paper. Hope this helps
    Thanks for the help.
 
 
 

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