I haven't even started my GCSE revision yet Watch

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Well the title pretty much sums it up...

any tips?
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Well it's never too late to start!
Have you worked out your best study technique?
Is it making flash cards, constantly re-writing your notes or making songs up?

Remember, don't just revise a certain way because your friend revises that way, or your favourite Studytuber revises another way. Try different techniques, and see what works the best for you.

Best of luck for your exams! :rave:
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(Original post by studentxxxxx1)
Well the title pretty much sums it up...

any tips?
Most people I know are starting now/ haven't started yet; but personally, I began a month ago, so there's no worry with not starting now, it's just more ideal if you want to do well in mocks/ feel more prepared. Additionally, many people have started a month off the GCSEs and have done really well. I'm not saying to leave it till then, just that it's not disastrous if you feel like you can cope with that. I'd recommend starting with the big ones (Maths, English and the sciences) and to follow with the humanities, etc.
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