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    How do I make sure that I revise and work efficiency and productive?
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    How do I make sure that I revise and work efficiency and productive?
    Study from a textbook for a bit, see how many questions you can go through in say, do minutes, then set yourself targets based on that. After you have covered each topic, do a past paper and treat it seriously. Then go back and revise as appropriate.
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    I would recommend doing some daily practice.

    https://corbettmaths.com/5-a-day/gcse/ - This site has three levels; foundation, higher, higher +. Choose the one you are most comfortable with and have a go at some of the questions. Of course, you don't have to do all 5 a day but do some. It helps you know where your weaknesses are and hones your skills at the same time.

    With this, you know exactly what to revise. Make sure you use something to keep track of the topics and content you have done.
 
 
 
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