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Should I revise for my November GCSE mocks? If so, when? To what extent? My GCSE revision timetable starts in November.
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Hi all,

Should I revise for my November GCSE mocks? If so, when? To what extent? My GCSE revision timetable starts in November.
Certainly not in the summer!

My advice is always, if you want to study in the summer, use the last week of it to get warmed up and refresh yourself and study ahead of your classes. That leaves you with September, Oct and some of November to revise for your mocks.

chill out with friends , play Fifa, go to the beach.. whatever kids do these days.
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Sounds good. Thanks for the help!
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Certainly not in the summer!

My advice is always, if you want to study in the summer, use the last week of it to get warmed up and refresh yourself and study ahead of your classes. That leaves you with September, Oct and some of November to revise for your mocks.

chill out with friends , play Fifa, go to the beach.. whatever kids do these days.
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Sounds good. Thanks for the help!
Maybe you should start at the beginning of October, it all depends how you revise and how long it takes you. For example my method of revision took me a very long time but I was able to remember the information for months hence why I had to start earlier. But some people can spend one hour revising and remember everything just like that also because its only mocks you wouldnt need as much time revising compared to you're real gcse's as you do more exams then.

Everyone wonders when to start revising for mocks or the real gcse's but tbh it all comes naturally and at the time you will feel when its right for you.
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Doesn't sound like they are anything to worry about then! Thanks
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Maybe you should start at the beginning of October, it all depends how you revise and how long it takes you. For example my method of revision took me a very long time but I was able to remember the information for months hence why I had to start earlier. But some people can spend one hour revising and remember everything just like that also because its only mocks you wouldnt need as much time revising compared to you're real gcse's as you do more exams then.

Everyone wonders when to start revising for mocks or the real gcse's but tbh it all comes naturally and at the time you will feel when its right for you.
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