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    I have revised for my Physics GCSE so hard I done so much work but on the exam everything I revised didn't turn up. I can't spent ages revising as I have different exams everyday so I do 6 hr the day before. In which I have done past papers and written notes but it isn't effective what do I do?
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    That doesn't make sense. If you revised everything, how did things you didn't study for turn up?

    If you really want to get a high grade you should start studying weeks before an exam not a day before. Try to watch a lot of animated videos and learn all the past papers by heart. Don't just do one or two past papers, do as many as you can and repeat them until you know what the answers are.
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    (Original post by GreenBell)
    That doesn't make sense. If you revised everything, how did things you didn't study for turn up?

    If you really want to get a high grade you should start studying weeks before an exam not a day before. Try to watch a lot of animated videos and learn all the past papers by heart. Don't just do one or two past papers, do as many as you can and repeat them until you know what the answers are.
    Are teachers tells us days before saying me have mocks so I tried revising everything I could a day before as I have other exams as well in the same period.
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    What I found good for helping me revise was searching physics videos on YouTube and making notes on it.
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    if you actually revised everything and it 'didn't turn up' then you revised for the wrong test mate.
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    (Original post by aleena1234)
    I have revised for my Physics GCSE so hard I done so much work but on the exam everything I revised didn't turn up. I can't spent ages revising as I have different exams everyday so I do 6 hr the day before. In which I have done past papers and written notes but it isn't effective what do I do?
    Make sure you go onto the exam board website and print out the exact specification . On there it will tell you broad headings relating to your textbook or work in which you can make notes on. That way you will be revising what is on the specification and it will 100% turn up. Maybe try watching a few videos on youtube as well Tutor2u are really good for the AQA exam board.
 
 
 

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