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    I have 13 days until my RE Real gcse exam and my other exams. I have barley been revising for them and I don't know what to do like is it tooo late to revise now considering the exams I have coming up ??????
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    Never too late. I barely revised for most of my exams and I still got 6 A*s.

    Obviously I should have revised more and would have done better had I done so (just as you should have started already), but it's never too late. And even if it was, you might as well start revising as you'll inevitably do even worse without any revision whatsoever rather than simply not enough revision.
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    (Original post by ohgodwhatamidoin)
    Never too late. I barely revised for most of my exams and I still got 6 A*s.

    Obviously I should have revised more and would have done better had I done so (just as you should have started already), but it's never too late. And even if it was, you might as well start revising as you'll inevitably do even worse without any revision whatsoever rather than simply not enough revision.
    also im really bad at maths and my gcse paper 1 exam non calculator, in my mocks I got a U like that's how bad I am at maths and I don't know how the hell im gonnna pass it in such a short space of time, its not like im asking for an A or A* what should I do????
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    Last minute revision is better than nothing! With maths specifically just look at past papers, pretty much the same things come up every year just with different numbers so if you can get used to the format and process of working out etc you'll be fine 😊


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    also im really bad at maths and my gcse paper 1 exam non calculator, in my mocks I got a U like that's how bad I am at maths and I don't know how the hell im gonnna pass it in such a short space of time, its not like im asking for an A or A* what should I do????
    Past papers. That's all you have to do for maths. Read through your content, do a past paper, mark it and see where you dropped the most marks. Make sure you revise that topic properly so you can understand it, and don't be afraid of having to ask for help - other people will be able to provide you with lots of help and tips. Do this over and over and you should see your marks improving with each paper. Shouldn't take too long either, you can do easily fit 3 or 4 papers into one day.
 
 
 
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