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Hi there, just wondering if 2 months of revision would be enough for a level mocks in may/june?
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3 to 4 would be better
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Well, ive been revising for certain assessments along the way however not everyday consistently..
made this post to feel better you're putting me down as ive not started lol
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Two will probably be enough, but you have to make sure you work really efficiently over the Easter holidays! Make use of the full days with no school
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Hi there, just wondering if 2 months of revision would be enough for a level mocks in may/june?
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Thanks man, if I have a full day off how much revision would be enough since I haven’t done that much this year??
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Make a time schedule for your Easter holiday; if you're planning and willing to do a lot of work (i.e. almost everyday) then what you could do, and what I did, is estimate how long it will take each and every module of your content to revise and learn it roughly. Then schedule when you're going to do these specific modules, on what day and what time, so that you have some actual goal to do on that day rather than some generic 'do english' task on your schedule, which makes it easier to focus on learning that. Overall, if you haven't done that much this academic year, you should really be focused these next 2 months because a whole year's worth of content even in year 1 is not to be brushed off. Do around 4-8 hours a day, depending on how long you personally can actually focus on, and split it off into revision sessions with varied subjects per day, and breaks in between (don't forget to schedule in things you find fun too!). This especially applies if you're aiming for top grades, which I see no reason why you shouldn't. Remember to always set daily goals before you start revision; nothing's worse than feeling like you're not making any progress at all, which just makes you feel overwhelmed - daily to-do lists are incredibly satisfying and fulfilling to tick off, and makes you feel like you've accomplished something.Word of advice though, make sure at least next year you work consistently because your modular exams will be covering 2 years of content, and consequently require double the amount of revision, so you can't just cram it over even 2 months.Best of luck in your exams!
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Thank you so much, that is the best advice I have received
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Make a time schedule for your Easter holiday; if you're planning and willing to do a lot of work (i.e. almost everyday) then what you could do, and what I did, is estimate how long it will take each and every module of your content to revise and learn it roughly. Then schedule when you're going to do these specific modules, on what day and what time, so that you have some actual goal to do on that day rather than some generic 'do english' task on your schedule, which makes it easier to focus on learning that. Overall, if you haven't done that much this academic year, you should really be focused these next 2 months because a whole year's worth of content even in year 1 is not to be brushed off. Do around 4-8 hours a day, depending on how long you personally can actually focus on, and split it off into revision sessions with varied subjects per day, and breaks in between (don't forget to schedule in things you find fun too!). This especially applies if you're aiming for top grades, which I see no reason why you shouldn't. Remember to always set daily goals before you start revision; nothing's worse than feeling like you're not making any progress at all, which just makes you feel overwhelmed - daily to-do lists are incredibly satisfying and fulfilling to tick off, and makes you feel like you've accomplished something.Word of advice though, make sure at least next year you work consistently because your modular exams will be covering 2 years of content, and consequently require double the amount of revision, so you can't just cram it over even 2 months.Best of luck in your exams!
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