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    Please can you guys check my revision plan for my iGCSEs, since you have already done them? I am aiming for all A*s.

    This Easter holidays = learn everything
    3 weeks after Easter before first exam, incl. 5 days of study leave = past papers/practise questions

    Would 2-3 weeks be a good amount of time for past papers?

    Thanks!
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    (Original post by oli19919)
    Please can you guys check my revision plan for my iGCSEs, since you have already done them? I am aiming for all A*s.

    This Easter holidays = learn everything
    3 weeks after Easter before first exam, incl. 5 days of study leave = past papers/practise questions

    Would 2-3 weeks be a good amount of time for past papers?

    Thanks!
    Have you started already or only given yourself 2 weeks of easter to literally learn everything? You could do past papers as you go along as a way of reviewing topics rather than just at the end
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    Have you started already or only given yourself 2 weeks of easter to literally learn everything? You could do past papers as you go along as a way of reviewing topics rather than just at the end
    I've already learned around half the material for every subject. You're probably not too bothered but below is what sort of percentage ai am through learning everything. I think it's best for me to do them once I have learned everything, but lots of people I know are using the strategy you mentioned.


    Maths: 0% (gonna spend one day revising topics and looking at how to answer them sort of questions then half a day doing papers)

    English: 40% (finished all notes, need to revise the three sections now!)

    Biology, chemistry, physics: 50% (learned half of the spec)

    History: 20%

    Geography: 30%

    Class. Civ: 80%

    French: 10%




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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    Have you started already or only given yourself 2 weeks of easter to literally learn everything? You could do past papers as you go along as a way of reviewing topics rather than just at the end
    Thanks for replying btw


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