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    I'm in year 11 and as my GCSEs are just over a month away, I wanted to know if I'm going to do well or not as I have revised at home now and then and gone to revision classes during the holidays however I don't feel as if I've done enough overall personally. If I revise constantly for the next month, will that be enough? All I really want is for my mum to say she is proud of what I have achieved tbh and get decent grades of B or above. Thanks for any and all responses
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    Just revise properly and don't stress out too much.
    I know exactly what you mean as I'm in a similar situation.
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    Not being funny or anything but GCSEs are a walk in the park. I revised just the day before for all mine and got As and A*s with I think 2 Bs.

    Might not be the same for you, but if you spend this next month revising you'll be fine. Just make sure to do as many past papers as possible.
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    (Original post by Geek no.3)
    I'm in year 11 and as my GCSEs are just over a month away, I wanted to know if I'm going to do well or not as I have revised at home now and then and gone to revision classes during the holidays however I don't feel as if I've done enough overall personally. If I revise constantly for the next month, will that be enough? All I really want is for my mum to say she is proud of what I have achieved tbh and get decent grades of B or above. Thanks for any and all responses
    Hey,
    It's the quality of the revision that counts.
    Test yourself with past papers. Be honest about your areas of weakness and deal with those areas.
    Stay calm.
    No late nights before exams and read the question carefully and believe in yourself.
    Good luck.
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    (Original post by Geek no.3)
    I'm in year 11 and as my GCSEs are just over a month away, I wanted to know if I'm going to do well or not as I have revised at home now and then and gone to revision classes during the holidays however I don't feel as if I've done enough overall personally. If I revise constantly for the next month, will that be enough? All I really want is for my mum to say she is proud of what I have achieved tbh and get decent grades of B or above. Thanks for any and all responses
    You will be fine, honestly, I know they seem like super huge rn but they really aren't that bad. I revised mostly on the day/day before on mine and did well!

    Just do exam papers, they reuse questions literally every year. Write notes and ask teachers on the areas you didn't do well on in the past paper and then try and redo them.

    Good luck!
 
 
 
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