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    I'm seeing quite a lot of people saying they started at Christmas/early January Please tell me I'm not the only one who's only just started to revise properly?
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    i've started straight away after my jan exams because the notes making for history are super long. i wouldn't say i'd properly revised then but i learnt a few thing here and there and it just stuck to my mind up to now too
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    I started yesterday and plan on doing maybe 2 hours a day until study leave - thats when I'll do some hardcore revision.
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    (Original post by ReeceM1)
    I started yesterday and plan on doing maybe 2 hours a day until study leave - thats when I'll do some hardcore revision.
    You get study leave? Lucky When does it start?
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    (Original post by luciie)
    I'm seeing quite a lot of people saying they started at Christmas/early January Please tell me I'm not the only one who's only just started to revise properly?
    Now? (Thats what i said 3 months ago too) Don't worry your not alone:cry2:
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    You get study leave? Lucky When does it start?
    I think it's the 24th of May, so I'd still have exactly 3 weeks before my first exam ☺️
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    I only started studying properly a week ago :// I'm supposed to study for about 6 hours a day but I procrastinate a lot and end up messing about lol
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    I started around early march, so only a few weeks ago. Most people start properly revising in Easter according to my teacher, it's just tsr is full of overachievers.

    Stop worrying about starting too late. Start now. It's Easter, so you have plenty of free time. Aim to revise around 6 hours a day, do a full school day of 9 to 3 (or 10 to 4). Do a proper 9 to 5 work far if you're committed. Work in the library if you can't work at home.

    I'm afraid this isn't year 9, you don't get to have an Easter break, work now and you'll thank yourself later.
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    (Original post by luciie)
    I'm seeing quite a lot of people saying they started at Christmas/early January Please tell me I'm not the only one who's only just started to revise properly?
    To be honest i started in january but that wasn't hardcore revision, it was actually basic. I revisied beforehand only for my english literature exam which was in jan, scored an a A thank goodness. Its only now im doing proper revision, i'm trying really hard now because i hate regretting about things that i know i should've tried harder on lmao.
 
 
 
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