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    I am planning to do 9 hours you guys?
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    lol for GCSE? that is 100% unnecessary.
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    (Original post by nisha.sri)
    I am planning to do 9 hours you guys?
    Do 3-5 hours. 9 hours is way too much.
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    (Original post by Daniel9998)
    lol for GCSE? that is 100% unnecessary.
    Why do you say that?
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    (Original post by hassangh)
    Do 3-5 hours. 9 hours is way too much.
    3-5 hours is what i do during school hours
    7 Hours at weekends
    I need my A* though
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    (Original post by nisha.sri)
    Why do you say that?
    Because its GCSEs, you dont need to revise that much. If you are aiming for multiple A*s you should be aiming to do 2-3 hours a day max atm. If you need 9 hours a day to do well in your exams then your revision methods are completely wrong.
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    (Original post by Daniel9998)
    Because its GCSEs, you dont need to revise that much. If you are aiming for multiple A*s you should be aiming to do 2-3 hours a day max atm. If you need 9 hours a day to do well in your exams then your revision methods are completely wrong.
    I mean the more i revise the better..
    are you doing your gcse's also soo many people i know revise for more than 9 hours even 10 hours
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    (Original post by nisha.sri)
    I mean the more i revise the better..
    are you doing your gcse's also soo many people i know revise for more than 9 hours even 10 hours
    No ive done my GCSEs, in my last year of A-levels atm. Yes true the more revision the better but 9 hours is way too much, if you need that much revision to do well in your exams then your not revising properly. I didn't do half of that and I got all A*s and As, same with everyone I knew.
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    (Original post by Daniel9998)
    No ive done my GCSEs, in my last year of A-levels atm. Yes true the more revision the better but 9 hours is way too much, if you need that much revision to do well in your exams then your not revising properly. I didn't do half of that and I got all A*s and As, same with everyone I knew.
    Lmao exactly! Even last minute revision can end up getting you A's or A*
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    (Original post by Daniel9998)
    No ive done my GCSEs, in my last year of A-levels atm. Yes true the more revision the better but 9 hours is way too much, if you need that much revision to do well in your exams then your not revising properly. I didn't do half of that and I got all A*s and As, same with everyone I knew.
    Do you have any revision tips for GCSE people?
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    (Original post by nisha.sri)
    I am planning to do 9 hours you guys?
    I'm in Y12 and I'm not even doing 9 hours lmao. Well paced, well spread revision is key.

    I started revising maths from December and everything else from early February.
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    (Original post by nisha.sri)
    3-5 hours is what i do during school hours
    7 Hours at weekends
    I need my A* though
    thats a lot of hours u should be on A*'s already to be honest
    but you should do what you are doing to satisfy yourself
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    (Original post by nisha.sri)
    I am planning to do 9 hours you guys?
    quantity isn't quality, I'm doing my A-Levels and I'm only doing 3-6 max. 9 hours is unnecessary, you'll just tire your brain out, I think I managed 1-3hours, maybe less for GCSE. I hope you're taking breaks in-between as the mind cannot concentrate that long. It actually works better in spurts.
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    (Original post by nisha.sri)
    I mean the more i revise the better..
    Not necessarily, You are better off doing say 3-4 hours of proper revision with regular breaks, spending time watching tv, talking to friends etc than doing 9 hours of 'revision', which for most people would in reality end up being maybe 4-5 hours of actual work in the 9 hours they are sat in front of their desk.
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    (Original post by jamestg)
    I'm in Y12 and I'm not even doing 9 hours lmao. Well paced, well spread revision is key.

    I started revising maths from December and everything else from early February.
    I'm assuming that starting from late March, ie today, isn't well spread then :afraid:
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    (Original post by ||TheUnknown||)
    I'm assuming that starting from late March, ie today, isn't well spread then :afraid:
    You'll be fine if you understand everything and don't need to reteach yourself something.

    But if you do it might be quite stressful as you'll still be getting homework
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    (Original post by ||TheUnknown||)
    I'm assuming that starting from late March, ie today, isn't well spread then :afraid:
    Not necessarily, I always start revision at easter and that works for me. Revision is a very personal thing so it's best not to pay too much attention to what other people are doing
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    0 hours. GCSE Art takes up all of my time.
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    9 hours is far too much. You're going to burn out and it's unnecessary anyway.
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    About 4-6 hours daily
 
 
 
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