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    I expect that there will be a sudden onset of these... but have I? I know that I am a bit of a self centered ****, and only seem to come onto TSR to ask about my stupid panicing, but this time its a bit worse!:0 GCSEs in 4 weeks and I am ficking terrified. I know most of the material, and I revised over the easter but **** **** ****. I havent gone over all pf the crap I dont know and I feel more than a little bit ****ing stressed! What shall I do apart from revise every night. Apologies for the terrible spelling.
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    SAME!
    I revise a little by a little so am nowhere near finished.
    Remember to take frequent breaks, and drink lots of water.
    And keep some lavender on you too- it calms your brain down.
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    The days closer to the exams are the more important ones. So no.
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    (Original post by Duck10101)
    I expect that there will be a sudden onset of these... but have I? I know that I am a bit of a self centered ****, and only seem to come onto TSR to ask about my stupid panicing, but this time its a bit worse!:0 GCSEs in 4 weeks and I am ficking terrified. I know most of the material, and I revised over the easter but **** **** ****. I havent gone over all pf the crap I dont know and I feel more than a little bit ****ing stressed! What shall I do apart from revise every night. Apologies for the terrible spelling.
    Duck
    Listen, just relax and calm down. You have left it a bit late, but not the end of the world. Here are some tips:

    1. Cut out the distractions- When you are revising, music is fine, but don't use facebook/twitter or whatever, put your phone to one side and use only your laptop.

    2. Make a schedule and stick to it- This is an absolute must, if you cannot stick to it then you will struggle to get the work done.

    3. Don't overwork yourself- Take at least 2 days off, whether its the weekend or during the week. Also 15 minutes break every hour of studying.

    4. Don't cram- Basically, don't stay up all night the night before, it won't help as you cannot take in any information that late.

    What subjects are you doing and how long do you normally have between getting home and going to sleep?
 
 
 
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