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    When should I start GCSE revision? My exams start in 3months and some people I know have already started...
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    it’s never too early to start revising X
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    But I also want to enjoy my life😂... I was on a city break Monday and Tuesday and it’s my birthday tomorrow so I don’t really feel like revising 😓
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    (Original post by Nadia116)
    But I also want to enjoy my life😂... I was on a city break Monday and Tuesday and it’s my birthday tomorrow so I don’t really feel like revising 😓
    you really should start; most people I know start much before you, maybe you could start the day after tomorrow with a timetable that works for you. if you study now, then you’ll be happy you did in the future X
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    If you don’t want to revise so early I would say don’t but still start preparing for when you have to revise by making notes or flash cards and things. But besides that, don’t stress just take your time with GCSE revision that’s what I did.
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    hey!
    i'm in a very similar position to you- i haven't started revising properly

    i think i'm going to skip the note making; i think i might go through my CGP revision guides for the sciences, and answer the end of topic questions- also might buy the workbooks to complete, and i might take a similar approach to geography.
    for english and maths, i guess i'll just have to practice, practice, pratice!

    i really hope things go well for you! xx
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    (Original post by lanababe78)
    hey!
    i'm in a very similar position to you- i haven't started revising properly

    i think i'm going to skip the note making; i think i might go through my CGP revision guides for the sciences, and answer the end of topic questions- also might buy the workbooks to complete, and i might take a similar approach to geography.
    for english and maths, i guess i'll just have to practice, practice, pratice!

    i really hope things go well for you! xx
    Phew, yea I’ll probs do the same but I have no idea how to revise English lit and I also do economics which is impossible for me.
    Thanks sm, hope you do great
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    Start this evening. At least make a revision timetable tonight with the aim of starting tomorrow.
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