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What time on a Saturday or Sunday would u recommend I start Revison what time?
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What time on a Saturday or Sunday would u recommend I start Revison what time?
Depends how you study and how long you are capable of? Some people get up early, but a 9 or 10 start would be ok for me? You can only revise so much during a day so dont forget to vary and during the slow times then change your type of study to something easier/less demanding.

I find I can study and learn new things first time in the morning then it slows down with afternoon 1-7[m being more difficult. I then pick up again later in the evening. Know when you are most effective and pace yourself. You may only need to do X hours a day, so dont drive yourself into the ground.
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Depends how you study and how long you are capable of? Some people get up early, but a 9 or 10 start would be ok for me? You can only revise so much during a day so dont forget to vary and during the slow times then change your type of study to something easier/less demanding.

I find I can study and learn new things first time in the morning then it slows down with afternoon 1-7[m being more difficult. I then pick up again later in the evening. Know when you are most effective and pace yourself. You may only need to do X hours a day, so dont drive yourself into the ground.
Can u suggest a basic plan for how I should revise on a study day please
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Can u suggest a basic plan for how I should revise on a study day please
I just have a to do list plan and then do so much of a textbook if notemaking or reading and mindmapping if learning or so many questions if im doing questions. I might have a plan telling me what to study and for how long, which would be part of my overall revision plan. I just sit down and do it then. Do as much as I can. take a break every so often.
Have look at these guides they give you a better idea on what you should be doing and in more detail than an answer from me.

https://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/267056...o-revision.pdf
https://alns.co.uk/wp-content/upload...o_revision.pdf

https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/articles/z83cqhv
http://www.bbc.co.uk/guides/z9jn97h

Also look at these three links.
A timetable and plan imo is where it starts.

Worth a listen.

https://www.goconqr.com/en/gcse/reso...ion-timetable/

Some people use this. I just preferred a big piece of paper and then refined it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PzcV4aOB8bE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUbeQ7Q3s2Q
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I just have a to do list plan and then do so much of a textbook if notemaking or reading and mindmapping if learning or so many questions if im doing questions. I might have a plan telling me what to study and for how long, which would be part of my overall revision plan. I just sit down and do it then. Do as much as I can. take a break every so often.
Have look at these guides they give you a better idea on what you should be doing and in more detail than an answer from me.

https://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/267056...o-revision.pdf
https://alns.co.uk/wp-content/upload...o_revision.pdf

https://www.bbc.com/bitesize/articles/z83cqhv
http://www.bbc.co.uk/guides/z9jn97h

Also look at these three links.
A timetable and plan imo is where it starts.

Worth a listen.

https://www.goconqr.com/en/gcse/reso...ion-timetable/

Some people use this. I just preferred a big piece of paper and then refined it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PzcV4aOB8bE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUbeQ7Q3s2Q
Do u make revision timetables and plans and todo lists if so can I have a copy of yours as an example and can u send me a template please and do u have any other revision tips
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Do u make revision timetables and plans and todo lists if so can I have a copy of yours as an example and can u send me a template please and do u have any other revision tips
More than enough on the links.
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More than enough on the links.
Can u dm me please as need some Revison advice
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