I want to do well and get As/A*s but I can't be asked to revise! Can you leave some tips on getting into the attitude of revising? And how to not get distracted? Thank you x
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How do you get into the attitude of revising for your GCSEs and other exams? watch
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- 20-07-2016 14:26
- 20-07-2016 14:32
Attitude of revising
You need to have your goal in mind, something that acts as an incentive for doing well, that will get you in the right frame of mind for doing hard work.
Maybe you want to go on holiday when your exams are done, or perhaps a new pet.
How to not become distracted
Where possible, try to avoid the internet and technology, this will minimise the virtual distractions.
Switch up your revision techniques, one day you may use flash cards but the next day you many decide to pretend to teach what you have learnt to yourself (it sounds silly but it worked for me) or to a family member.
All the best with your exams and feel free to ask me any other questions x
- 20-07-2016 14:36
You get your butt up and start revising because you know GCSEs are important (especially if you want to get good grades).Sit in a quiet place, don't speak to anyone unless its crucial, minimise technology time, control amount of breaks and how many you have.
- 20-07-2016 14:57
If you can't be bothered to revise, then you maybe don't want the good grades enough?