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    I'm currently 15 and about to start year 11.
    I'm pretty smart but I'm always lazy with my work.
    I'm looking to buckle down this year and try and get at least all B's or A's so I'm wondering when I should start revising?
    Thanks for any help

    I would suggest revising 'little and often'. Make revision notes as you cover each topic in class, regularly review your class notes to make sure you understand the work, and use the specification to make sure you haven't missed anything, as teachers sometimes skip over parts of the specification. Try not to leave your revision too late, as it's easy to underestimate how much content you actually have to revise (and overestimate how much time you've got!)
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