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Anybody else feeling like they’ve left their GCSE’s revision too late? I feel like there’s so much to cover and not enough time.
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Anybody else feeling like they’ve left their GCSE’s revision too late? I feel like there’s so much to cover and not enough time.
Omd I know what your feeling brother. I'm doing triple science and I've left it too late!
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Yeah I feel the same way. Do as much as you can in these 2 weeks whilst giving your self time to relax and not getting to worked up over it all. Do what’s right for you and good luck
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to be honest everyone i knows feels the same way, if it comes to it just make sure you have a broad understanding of everything and then focus on the subjects you know you'll need
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I left my gcse revision quite late and I still did ok. Revise in detail the subjects which you’ve got exams for before half term and then leave the rest for after half term.
For maths memorise the formula and do some practise questions everyday.
Don’t force yourself to revise if nothing is going in. It will only make you stressed and it will be a waste of time . Good luck
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I did ‘start’ my GCSE revision in March, just doing a few notes. I really kick started in Easter holidays. I managed to get 6 A*s and 5 As (not trying to brag, just proving that you definitely have time!). My school sat maths exams in year 10, and I legit did no revision until half term two weeks before and came out with an A*. If you put your mind to it, you can really achieve a lot. I’m in year 13 now and the key for me is to leave my phone downstairs and to really force myself to stick to break times. That doesn’t mean only taking 5 min breaks and revising non stop, I just tell myself ‘right, you’ve worked hard so you can take half an hour now’ and making sure I don’t take anymore than half an hour? Hope this makes sense and good luck! Just remember that GCSEs seem terrifying when you’re doing them, but once they’re over they don’t really matter very much! As long as you work hard from now, you’ll be fine
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If you don't start, you'll never know if it was too late or not!

Honestly, plenty of people kick-start their revision in the Easter break and do really well for themselves. You'll be fine so long as you work hard! Make sure you're smart with your time, focus on what you don't know not on what you know. And good luck!
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Omd I know what your feeling brother. I'm doing triple science and I've left it too late!
Im doing triple too!!! It’s taking up so much Time SmH
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then start i guess.
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