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    Is it too late to start revision for final gcse because I have only 2 months left till my exam and my first exam starts in may and I don’t how to do revision like look methods to revise and it is too hard to revise and I want to get A* in every single subject but I don’t know how shall I start it so will you guys please help me and reply it to me ASAP because I have less time it is like my life would end if I fail in my gcse and I have revised before as well so help me please.
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    No it's not. Go revise now.
    Maths btw is just practice. Practice.
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    No you have time. Just start now.
    And, as I say to everyone, make revision posters and flashcards. Flashcards you can use to revise on the go, like on trains or buses or on ur break at work etc. Posters should be put next to ur bed or somewhere you are a lot so you’re constantly reading them. Make them big and colourful (you can get big paper from hobbycraft or somewhere). You got this 🙌
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    No!!! Start now! I didnt properly start till about March but I made notes throughout mocks so that helped but it’s not too late so start!!!
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    (Original post by Khaanf)
    Is it too late to start revision for final gcse because I have only 2 months left till my exam and my first exam starts in may and I don’t how to do revision like look methods to revise and it is too hard to revise and I want to get A* in every single subject but I don’t know how shall I start it so will you guys please help me and reply it to me ASAP because I have less time it is like my life would end if I fail in my gcse and I have revised before as well so help me please.
    write out a time table mon- sunday [or 1 day without studying if you want]

    allocate slots

    .....
    1.start off by opening all your subjects and writing a list of all the topics on a4
    2.split those topics into days [or hours that you allocate to study them]

    ......
    when studying, read your notes, write out what you understand, then answer relateable questions or create questions
    after a chunk of topics maybe do a question and answer session

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    read a thread i did on actual techniques for different gcse subjects might be helpful..
 
 
 
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