I'm in year 11 and my final GCSE exams are in May/June.
I'm constantly stressed out because my teachers are forever hammering on at everybody about '3 hours of revision per evening' but they never taught us the methods!!
I find it extremely hard to concentrate on something that I find uninteresting no matter how hard I try to get my head down and work.
I've tried working through a revision guide and answering the questions they display on the pages and I think it works, but I'm not sure how effective it is in the long run-- flashcards and mind maps don't do anything for me...
I just want to get my target grades! Please help.
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- Thread Starter
- 07-02-2018 10:52
- 07-02-2018 12:22
During my GCSE’s I spent every dinner time revising with different teachers, and I really believe it’s the only reason I passed maths (I was terrible, I couldn’t even tell the time properly). I also went to every single after school class I could. I was more motivated in a school environment because it’s one and one and you’re forced to do it. Other than that I did five hours revision after school, the only way I revised was reading text books over and over everyday and going through my school books. It’s hard to motivate yourself into the routine but once you’re in it it’s smooth sailing!