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    With our exams soon approaching, I’m curious to know how much other GCSE students are revising
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    None lol
    I know it's probably really bad .. but I usually cram for exams. Like for my mocks I started revising two weeks before ... but i still mainly got 7-9s so it's alright.
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    Well I haven't started to revise for my GCSEs - I'm revising for more important Maths stuff but I'm going to begin GCSE revision next week.
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    I have 2 subjects so doing about 5 hours a day at the moment 5 days a week. I'll up that to every spare moment as we get closer to the exams.
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    All of you are talking about revision when i haven't even completed my product design coursework yet
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    Not enough at all.
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    Nearly everyday or whenever I get the chance
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    It`s so much, right?! But it seems like it`s better to do small bits over longer times than cramming at the end. So like 2 hours a day during 5 days works better than 10 hours straight on the last day. But it`s really hard to plan and be organized enough to achieve that :cry: Does anyone know an app or website that helps?
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    I sat my GCSE’s last year when they introduced the new grading system for maths and English. I was revising everyday after school whether it be for 10 minutes or for 5 hours. I never made myself feel stressed or pressured, I did as much revision as I simply could. I really recommend going to revision sessions at school if they offer any, they really helped me. I wish you the best of luck for your exams
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    (Original post by Ebony55)
    I sat my GCSE’s last year when they introduced the new grading system for maths and English. I was revising everyday after school whether it be for 10 minutes or for 5 hours. I never made myself feel stressed or pressured, I did as much revision as I simply could. I really recommend going to revision sessions at school if they offer any, they really helped me. I wish you the best of luck for your exams
    Thank you I wish the same to you for any exams you have coming up😁 Are you doing a levels now?
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    (Original post by internet monster)
    All of you are talking about revision when i haven't even completed my product design coursework yet
    Same with me and my art coursework😫😂
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    I wake up at 5 and study till 7 then during lunch 1 hour and from about 5 to 6 PM and then from 7-9 PM
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    Well every time I get fluent in my revision pattern my school adds mocks so it messes up everything and my grades go down
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    None.... I have homework and mocks every Friday to revise for, why do they do this
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    (Original post by internet monster)
    All of you are talking about revision when i haven't even completed my product design coursework yet
    Sane with electronic products, the coursework is so long, but to be fair, if I and more people done more work at home we would all be closer to being up to date.
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    (Original post by Molly.Armstrong)
    Thank you I wish the same to you for any exams you have coming up😁 Are you doing a levels now?
    Thank you and yes I am
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    (Original post by Yang2204)
    Well every time I get fluent in my revision pattern my school adds mocks so it messes up everything and my grades go down
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    good luck though, we've got this.
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    (Original post by SephyRose)
    None lol
    I know it's probably really bad .. but I usually cram for exams. Like for my mocks I started revising two weeks before ... but i still mainly got 7-9s so it's alright.
    Literally what I do. I'm not a GCSE student (doing A-levels, which is much harder), but I tend to just cram for exams/pull all-nighters to finish essays/assignments etc.
    Thus far I'm predicted AAA (possibly 1 or 2 A*'s), so I must be doing something right. I feel bad for those who spend hours a day revising.
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    I really need a revision timetable tbh
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