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So I've got a holiday of 2 weeks and 3 days coming up and I've got 13 GCSEs to do from the 3rd May to the 24th June.

Those who have already done GCSEs:

How long did you revise for per day during this period and what were any techniques you used?

Current Year 11s:

How long are you planning to revise for, and when did you start revision, if you have already?
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Started revision about a month ago, over the easter holidays i will likely be revising 5 or so hours per day (perhaps more if its a subject i enjoy so maths or science ).
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During my revision through GCSEs, I got all books on the subjects, I revised each subject probably an hour each ( with breaks in between ) and shared out through the week. However much you can without being fed up😊 make sure to remember - stay hydrated, still do fun activities to unstress & make a revision timetable! Or I would suggest the app pomodoro.


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I currently have more school than holiday, as my school have basically said this is mandatory revision come in during the holidays.
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How long are you planning to revise for, and when did you start revision, if you have already?

I have done all my homework since September and bits of revision but I didn't start properly revising until early February. For the Easter Holidays, I plan on doing all my homework (which is 8 past papers and then some other stuff) and then I plan on doing a few past papers and around 6 hours+ a day on top, depends on what I'm doing. I'm probably going a little heavy, and I know loads of people are having breaks for a few days but I just wouldn't be able to relax knowing there's so much revision to be done so yeah I'm going to plow through with revision
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I'm planning on being in school for most of my holiday as I'm super lucky with the teachers I have. I'm going in for revision so I think that's me covered


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(Original post by _chloeematt)
I'm planning on being in school for most of my holiday as I'm super lucky with the teachers I have. I'm going in for revision so I think that's me covered


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Your teachers allow you to go into school and be taught by them during the holidays?
Wow, that's lucky!
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Your teachers allow you to go into school and be taught by them during the holidays?
Wow, that's lucky!
Yeah, I'm practically in school for most of my holidays! I know I'm honestly blessed with the teachers I have this year!


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