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    helloo people!
    how long do i have to study for everyday to get 10 A*s??
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    1 or 2 weeks before every exam 3 or 4 hours a day for the exams due in 1 or 2 weeks,
    and the following link takes you to some very good tips: https://www.cgpbooks.co.uk/interactive_tips_exam
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    (Original post by help-me-)
    helloo people!
    how long do i have to study for everyday to get 10 A*s??
    I'm also doing my GCSE's in 2017, personally I wouldn't look at doing a certain amount daily but setting yourself a weekly checklist of topics you wan to work on (e.g. sine and cosine rule, Cold war etc) and checking ones of throughout the week. Id add around 5 on the list but if you are set on revision, Id stick to 30 minutes up to an hour and possibly increasing that number on weekends or when you have more free time. But be careful about bein too ambitious and getting disheartened when you cannot keep up because when that happens to me, I struggle to get back on track again.
    Good Luck with your GCSE's, I'm sure you'll do amazingly
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    (Original post by Shaunaa_mcg)
    I'm also doing my GCSE's in 2017, personally I wouldn't look at doing a certain amount daily but setting yourself a weekly checklist of topics you wan to work on (e.g. sine and cosine rule, Cold war etc) and checking ones of throughout the week. Id add around 5 on the list but if you are set on revision, Id stick to 30 minutes up to an hour and possibly increasing that number on weekends or when you have more free time. But be careful about bein too ambitious and getting disheartened when you cannot keep up because when that happens to me, I struggle to get back on track again.
    Good Luck with your GCSE's, I'm sure you'll do amazingly
    thanks for the helpful reply! you have a good point but seeing how bad i did in my year 10 end of yr exams i think i need to revise more than what you said. the checklist idea sounds really helpful btw.. i wish u good luck toooo!!
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    I'm also doing my GCSE's in 2017 and I was told to start revising now, so ive made a brief time table on getrevising and I may follow it forquite some time. btw the gradings have changed to 1-9 instead of A*-U grades
 
 
 
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