I feel like this is too much revisionWatch
Like said above, you are doing far too much for GCSE level. Just spend about an hour or two each day and 5 hours on the weekend and go over your class notes. Try to memorise them and see if you can recall them from memory. Also rather than reading stuff, it is much better to practice questions whether they are end of topic questions or exam questions. This helps reaffirm what you learn in your long term memory and provides you with a better indication of what exam questions are going to be like.
Bruh 40 hours is way too much. Chill. It's the start of year, focus on making notes at this point and do a couple of past papers when you finish a topic. Do more revision in Easter and in the lead up to mocks but otherwise do less work, seriously you'll burn out otherwise! Good luck
Man, that is way too much. Take it from someone who got 10 A*s, you only need to be doing 30 mins max a day at this point, and that’s not even necessary. I’d say start doing a little bit more around Christmas, then ramp it up around Easter. If you carry on you will burn out and not get the grades you want!
Chill out man. You should stick a piece of paper on your bedroom wall with the quote “quality of quantity”.
At the moment I am revising 40 hours a week and I am doing 10 GCSEs. I revise (In order of days of the week), 3h, 5h, 5h, 5h, 5h, 8h & 9h. The GCSEs I am doing are; Biology (5h per week), Chemistry (5h per week), Physics (5h per week), Business (3h per week), Computing (3h per week), French (4h per week), English Lit (2h per week), English Lang (2h per week), Maths (7h per week) & History (4h per week).
It has been my first week and although the revision has been helpful it is quite long (I take breaks). I am planning to take Maths, Chemistry and Biology at A-levels and I pretty much need a 7 in them. Do you guys think that is too much revision and can you give me any tips?