GCSE Motivation and Solving Time Management

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1)I know the significance of my GCSE's and I've already started revision. The problem is there are days where I can easily work and there are days where I just find revision to daunting to even start. I know I have the potential to do well but I don't know how to combat my mixed feelings towards revision. There are days where I'm really positive and there are days where I would rather just do something else.
2)Concerning time management I have a revision time table but I don't stick to it. It seems quite silly but I don't know how to structure a revision time table properly as I feel as I've not making enough time for certain subjects. Also I don't know how to stick to my timetable which is a problem.
3)My last question is surrounding GCSE and A-levels which is are their any tips on how to learn something more efficiently and effectively which aren't common tips. Additionally, how do I learn without memorising as I typically memorise for all tests I do(as part of cramming) and I want to stop as I've noticed memorisation isn't how you learn.
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