when r u starting revision for gcses??

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I'll probably start beginning of February as I have mocks now soo
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I'll probably start beginning of February as I have mocks now soo
ive already started
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Now... although the efficacy of my current revision is doubtful
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i done my gcse a few months ago i regret starting revision late it affects your grades rapidly START YOUR REVISION NOW.
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i done my gcse a few months ago i regret starting revision late it affects your grades rapidly START YOUR REVISION NOW.
If you don't me asking, what grades did you achieve?
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I did mine in 2016, but i started revising for them a month and a few days before i sat my exams. Don’t do the same please.
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If you don't me asking, what grades did you achieve?
i passed double science,english lit but failed english language,maths
c in core science
c in additional science
c in english lit
d in maths
e in english language
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now even though it’s boring as **** 🙃
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[QUOTE=hannah_ponsford;75438156]curiosity
I'll probably start beginning of February as I have mocks now I have GCSEs

Well I have GCSEs in 3 years so to answer your question 3 years in advance for 10-11 hours a day. However, I don't necsecarily revise for GCSEs I just revise whatever interests me which is usuallly A level maths.
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I'll probably start beginning of February as I have mocks now I have GCSEs

Well I have GCSEs in 3 years so to answer your question 3 years in advance for 10-11 hours a day. However, I don't necsecarily revise for GCSEs I just revise whatever interests me which is usuallly A level maths.
just do 2 hours revision as normal
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I'm doin A-Levels, but I remember I barely studied for GCSE's. Started revision for most of my subjects several days before the exam. It was ok.
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I'm doin A-Levels, but I remember I barely studied for GCSE's. Started revision for most of my subjects several days before the exam. It was ok.
some people are gifted i struggled a lot i still ended up with ds and cs
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