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    GCSE's begin the 11th may... what date should I start to revise? I'm doing 10 subjects
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    18/02/18
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    Now, don't leave it any later.

    Work out your priority subjects - English language, maths, and those you are going to study at A level or need for your career/course
    Note the exam dates in a diary/calendar and work backwards - its about 13 weeks to mine, but I have an A Level equivalent in April/May
    Then do the to do lists on each subject, do a curriculum tick list so you know you can cover them all - usually available from the board website. Then get your head down and revise.

    You're job, from now until the exams are over, is to revise, so you revise any spare moment you can. Keep it balanced, and build up the revision time as you get closer to the exam.
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    Not now! You’ll burn out. Two weeks time end of Feb/start of March is enough.
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    Lol starting now is silly unless you're completely inept/haven't been learning anything in class. It will depend on how well you understand the subject and what grade you want.
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