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Can I start revising for GCSEs now? Im currently in year 9 but we have started the gcse course for some subjects so im wondering if I should make notes of everything i learn each lesson then look through every note in year 11. When i mean 'revise' I mean just make notes on things i learn during the course now to look over in yr11. I plan on doing this cos in gcses there is much content.Also rs is compulsory in my school and we r taking the exam in yr10 April-June approx. Thanks.
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Hi there, i had the same thing at my school that we started GCSEs in year 9 and, of course you can start making notes and revising as it probably will help you in the long run, but just know you don’t have to! I also did RS in Year 10 because it was compulsory and I started revising for that probably two weeks before the exam, but this was quite late! I would suggest starting to revise properly for your GCSEs in January of Year 10 for your RS and January of Year 11 for your actual exams, as that’s what I did and it worked out pretty well! But whatever seems comfortable for you is the best!
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no point tbh, start next year
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Most schools do end of topic tests so maybe just write notes before them and revise for them- no more then like an hour a night. Honestly you don't need to revise- or want to until year 11- or mid year 10 if you are taking one early. Enjoy your time while you still have it.
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