Didn't revise for my GCSE'S or AS', thinking I should revise this year as I need to get AAB to go to uni. Homework is still ridiculous though and extra curricular is through the roof. Could probably do two hours per day if hw stops and I cut back on extra stuff but looks like its not enough.....
I began revising for my Summer Exams (which are in the first week of June), last week. Even though it seems a while away, time goes so fast therefore I'd rather start now and take my revision slowly and calmly rather than rushing it the night before the exam and risking lowering my grades dramatically
I'm such a crammer. In fact, not even that, I guess I'm a shammer! When people say they do 9 hours revision, how do you fill the time? I can read the revision guide in much less!
Wasn't that fantastic?! I'm gonna listen to The Surgery every week now!! And remember, we're all here to help one another, stay positive! xx
I find it so hard to revise in the school holidays. For some reason my brain just shuts down and I seem to forget everything I know and lose the ability to take any information in. I find it easy to revise during the school term as I am in that particular mindset however I struggle to find enough time. I get really frustrated with how I am, I know I should utilise my time during half term because they are such valuable windows for revision. But how can I when I can't discipline myself to be focused and motivated beforehand?
If you go to the BBC Radio 1 website, there's a link if you scroll down the page about beating your revision enemies and there are some useful tips and resources on there which I found helpful.
Do your revise 9 hours a day? Or 9 hours over the whole holidays?
I am planning to start revision in the spring break holidays. I have done bits of revision throughout the year due to mock exams but most of the people I know have done this also so I don't feel like I am leaving it to the last minute even though teachers are saying we should have started revision by now
Predicted 4 A s, what subjects do you do then