GCSE Revision Time Watch

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Guys i am currently in Year 10, will be going to Year 11 in September later this year. My question is roughly how many hours should i be revising on a daily or weekly basis in order to get top grades like 8 or 9s?

The subject i am doing are : Maths, Additional Maths, English, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, History,Mandarin and Drama.
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It depends on your intelligence and how many efforts u put in
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It depends on your intelligence and how many efforts u put in
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I wouldn’t say i am the smartest person in my year however i am amongst one of the top. In my tests, i am usually getting grades such as 6 or 7s. However, i never revise and i feel like if i revise more i can get 8s and possible get my predicted grade for GCSE which is a grade 9.
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(Original post by FahadMuh247)
I wouldn’t say i am the smartest person in my year however i am amongst one of the top. In my tests, i am usually getting grades such as 6 or 7s. However, i never revise and i feel like if i revise more i can get 8s and possible get my predicted grade for GCSE which is a grade 9.
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How do you have predicted grades already...you're in Year Ten.
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My school are extra they gave us predicted this year based off our exams that we have done previously.
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You don't need to start revising "seriously" now, especially since you've got more than a year. Unlike me with 3 months left... If you want to do some revision, you could do light revision now, and make sure you make notes on what you've recently learned and make sure they're organised. You've still got a year so you can see what revision method best helps you ie what helps you retain the most information - flashcards, writing notes, videos, the list goes on.
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Unfortunately writing notes isn't actually very effective. Flashcards however are a great way to learn and actually retain information. You should check out whyze. They're using AI to automatically turn your content into flashcards without you actually having to do the grunt work. Sign up at whyze.co.uk
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