4-5 Months Enough to revise??Watch
I did 11 GCSEs last year and I was really happy with my grades, I started proper revision in Easter !! What I would say is don't start so early that by the time it gets to the exam you've forgotten it or feel too overwhelmed, but also don't leave it so late that you can't learn it all .Hope this helps
Of course it's achievable. I did 11, started revising properly in March. I came out with 5A*, 4As and a B. Its not about how much revision you do, it's about how effective your revision is. In hindsight, I would have started revising early for science/maths. Science has a lot of content and does require a lot more time. But everything else will be fine, just don't panic and don't overwork yourself.
The most important thing isn't revising a tonne but looking at your mocks and deciding where you went wrong and revising weak areas a bit more and practising exam technique. By the way, I'm an AS English literature student (I also had closed book exams for GCSE) so I've been remembering quotes for a while now. The main thing is just to remember 5 quotes from each main character and a few quotes for each theme. It's not about how many quotes it's about how well you can analyse them. By the time you get to the exam you'll have soaked up the majority of quotes just by studying the texts.
When I was revising for my GCSEs I used to be like ''Oh my gosh there's only *insert number here* months left'' but once you actually start working you realise how much you can get done and time suddenly isn't a big stress anymore
Good luck with your exams! They'll be over before you know it.
Yes if you start revising and stop asking stupid. Even if its a no still try your best ffs.
Lol I went from Bs and Cs and an E in history.
Crammed in 2 weeks and came out with 10As 1A* and a B . (B in french)
Got an A* in History unit 1. In Which i got a E in the mocks in February.
That method does not work at AS or A2 however..
Which i learnt after AS.
Not doing that again!