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Hi guys, I really really appreciate if you read this,
So I'm basically halfway through the GCSE course and I'm in yr 10, and I am just about beginning to actually revise for them now. I get good grades but only because I revise.I've heard some of my friends saying that they started last September. Is it really too late to begin now? I'm trying to say that if I start revising now does that mean I'm not going to do as well as I would have if I started back in September? I'm just getting really paranoid because I feel like because of my late revision I'll get low grades on my gcse's, just need some advice tbh.
Thank you so much and I'll appreciate any reply.
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are you in yr 10 or 11?
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(Original post by Forever revising)
Hi guys, I really really appreciate if you read this,
So I'm basically halfway through the GCSE course and I'm in yr 10, and I am just about beginning to actually revise for them now. I get good grades but only because I revise.I've heard some of my friends saying that they started last September. Is it really too late to begin now? I'm trying to say that if I start revising now does that mean I'm not going to do as well as I would have if I started back in September? I'm just getting really paranoid because I feel like because of my late revision I'll get low grades on my gcse's, just need some advice tbh.
Thank you so much and I'll appreciate any reply.
You're absolutely fine.

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are you in yr 10 or 11?
In the post it says they're in year 10.
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if you are in year 10 don't stress, SERIOUSLY DONT STRESS you are fine, many start revision in Jan year 11. in fact I myself am starting revision now for my exams in 4 months. in year 10 just focus on knowing the content fully and understanding it as you won't have time to relearn things later on. you can do some light revision but I would only recommend about an hour a day. don't exhaust yourself and don't worry, if you do too much hard work in yr 10, by yr 11 you will have worn yourself out. hope I've put your worries to rest.
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It’s never too late to start! Any revision is better than no revision after all. Everyone’s different anyway, some people learn better by revising all year and others do better if they revise less. It’s also possible to revise too much. In the end, you won’t know if starting earlier would’ve helped you much if at all so try not to worry too much about it (easier said than done, I know) and just focus on what revision you want to do now. And good luck with your GCSEs
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(Original post by 14asmshei)
if you are in year 10 don't stress, SERIOUSLY DONT STRESS you are fine, many start revision in Jan year 11. in fact I myself am starting revision now for my exams in 4 months. in year 10 just focus on knowing the content fully and understanding it as you won't have time to relearn things later on. you can do some light revision but I would only recommend about an hour a day. don't exhaust yourself and don't worry, if you do too much hard work in yr 10, by yr 11 you will have worn yourself out. hope I've put your worries to rest.
Thank you so much for that 💗
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(Original post by LittleIrishGeek)
It’s never too late to start! Any revision is better than no revision after all. Everyone’s different anyway, some people learn better by revising all year and others do better if they revise less. It’s also possible to revise too much. In the end, you won’t know if starting earlier would’ve helped you much if at all so try not to worry too much about it (easier said than done, I know) and just focus on what revision you want to do now. And good luck with your GCSEs
Thank so so much, you've really put my worries to rest, sometimes I can really exaggerate the meaning of revision
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