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    I am just starting my revision today for my GCSE's in May. I am a bit worried that I have started to late. I have literally 3 months. What is everyone else doing? I am thinking to do a minimum of 2 hours a night from now on. All my friends haven't started yet. I am getting my trial results next week and Im pretty sure I didn't do to well in them. I would personally like all A's. Have you started or when are you starting revision? Thanks.
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    (Original post by Chilty)
    I am just starting my revision today for my GCSE's in May. I am a bit worried that I have started to late. I have literally 3 months. What is everyone else doing? I am thinking to do a minimum of 2 hours a night from now on. All my friends haven't started yet. I am getting my trial results next week and Im pretty sure I didn't do to well in them. I would personally like all A's. Have you started or when are you starting revision? Thanks.
    You have plenty of time don't worry. I didn't start properly until around late March/early April and I completely panicked as I thought I had started too late, but everything was fine and I managed to get through everything with quite a lot of time left over to go through past papers. Although you feel like you don't have enough time now once you get started you realise how much you can get done in a short period of time.

    Good luck!
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    Now's a really good time to start as I probably started late March and revision didn't really go so well haha.
    Anything and everything you do will help so don't worry about how much time you have left, if revision timetables are your thing then definitely make one!
    Good luck x
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    Hi I'm speaking my experience (did my GCSEs two years ago), you haven't left it too late. I ended up leaving it until literally the week before we started study leave for our exams- the week before my first exam! Don't go overboard as you'll burn out- which you don't want. 3 months is plenty of time to go over everything again and get some exam practice in. Most people in my year who started around now when we did our GCSEs got really good grades.

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