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    How many hours of revision do you need to pass a GCSE I have 12 days left and haven't properly started I'm prepared to put up wards of 6 hours a day to do it does anyone know how many hours roughly or is it over? Cheers
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    It's over just when you think it's over. Keep pushing and study for as long as it takes until you're confident. There really isn't no set time limit this close to exams. It's all about management of your time to ensure you're confident in all of your exams.
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    Thanks man Im gonna revise well try to for round 5-6 hours and try get these grades. Thanks again
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    Thanks man Im gonna revise well try to for round 5-6 hours and try get these grades. Thanks again
    your name is hilarious lmao
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    Thanks man Im gonna revise well try to for round 5-6 hours and try get these grades. Thanks again
    No worries Good luck!
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    How many hours of revision do you need to pass a GCSE I have 12 days left and haven't properly started I'm prepared to put up wards of 6 hours a day to do it does anyone know how many hours roughly or is it over? Cheers
    It's too late bro, you should of been revising for at least a month. However if all you want is a C, then all you have to do is remeber all the facts
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    Yeah I messed up but I guess Cs would be a hell of a lot better then Ds so that's something. Thanks
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    Thought it was fitting for my situation 😂😂
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    (Original post by theBranicAc)
    It's too late bro, you should of been revising for at least a month. However if all you want is a C, then all you have to do is remeber all the facts
    No its not too late,let him/her revise efficiently and they could end up with a B+
    Last minute cramming works for some people and as long as the revision is efficient than OP will get decent grades.
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    Yeah I messed up but I guess Cs would be a hell of a lot better then Ds so that's something. Thanks
    No dont aim for those C's , ignore that kid. read this

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...3#post64586733
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    Thanks I'll try this method out tonight!
 
 
 
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