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    So I started year 12 on the 6th of September and I've been revising everyday till now doing light revision so about 4-5hours a day, so this monday which is the 3rd of October I'm going to proper start reviison, i was wondering is this considered early in the year like am i still considered to be in the beginning of year 12. ive been in school for less than a month
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    (Original post by Freshstart123)
    So I started year 12 on the 6th of September and I've been revising everyday till now doing light revision so about 4-5hours a day, so this monday which is the 3rd of October I'm going to proper start reviison, i was wondering is this considered early in the year like am i still considered to be in the beginning of year 12. ive been in school for less than a month
    If you want top grades it's better to get a good grasp earlier in the year.
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    Don't burn yourself out to quickly. 4-5 hours a night, 1 month into your courses seems like an awful lot considering you wont have a large amount of resources or information to take in yet. Enjoy your self for a while before serious revision begins later on.
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    (Original post by Oxidation)
    If you want top grades it's better to get a good grasp earlier in the year.
    yeah true, but am i considered to be early in the year like if i start proper proper revsion this monday
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    (Original post by Freshstart123)
    yeah true, but am i considered to be early in the year like if i start proper proper revsion this monday
    It is early but that's good! You will have to go over it again and again so you don't forget it. Proper revision I'd say it is a bit early but not if you want top marks.
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    (Original post by Oxidation)
    It is early but that's good! You will have to go over it again and again so you don't forget it. Proper revision I'd say it is a bit early but not if you want top marks.
    I feel better now, because my aim this year was to start revsion early and i though october was too late so i was a bit scared
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    (Original post by johnTroy1)
    Don't burn yourself out to quickly. 4-5 hours a night, 1 month into your courses seems like an awful lot considering you wont have a large amount of resources or information to take in yet. Enjoy your self for a while before serious revision begins later on.
    Yeah true. But do you think october is like still considered to being the beginning of the year?
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    (Original post by Freshstart123)
    I feel better now, because my aim this year was to start revsion early and i though october was too late so i was a bit scared
    No, it's perfectly fine and early! Good luck with revision!
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    (Original post by Freshstart123)
    Yeah true. But do you think october is like still considered to being the beginning of the year?
    October is a good time to start nice and early. I aimed to start just following the October holidays when I was in school as these holidays are the only ones you can relax and enjoy throughout the year as exams and stress begin at Christmas/Easter. Everyone's different so good luck for the year.
 
 
 
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