GCSEs in 2 weeks and I haven’t revised

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I’ve got my exams starting in about 2 weeks and I haven’t revised yet.
I’m really freaking out and I’ve reached the point that whenever I try and revise I have a full blown panic attack. What do I do???
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exams don't start for another month and 1 week. exams begin week starting or ending 10th may to 13th may.
(Original post by Frododontgo)
I’ve got my exams starting in about 2 weeks and I haven’t revised yet.
I’m really freaking out and I’ve reached the point that whenever I try and revise I have a full blown panic attack. What do I do???
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could be nat 5’s, my first exam is a week on friday
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(Original post by Frododontgo)
I’ve got my exams starting in about 2 weeks and I haven’t revised yet.
To quote American Beauty, "you are so busted"
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exams don't start for another month and 1 week. exams begin week starting or ending 10th may to 13th may.
Not for me, my first exam is the 23rd of April
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(Original post by Frododontgo)
I’ve got my exams starting in about 2 weeks and I haven’t revised yet.
I’m really freaking out and I’ve reached the point that whenever I try and revise I have a full blown panic attack. What do I do???
You don't have all your exams on the 23rd. You're okay. You'll have more later in May. So start now and focus on the one that is on the horizon.These holidays.. there's a lot of free time for you get working and make a difference to your grades
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I'm the same...u just need to get ur head down from now until the exam

What I've started doing is condensing my revision guide for science into flashcards (1 page per card) and then I'll use them to test myself as I have questions on one side and answers from the revision guide on the back
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(Original post by sophie175)
could be nat 5’s, my first exam is a week on friday
There's loads of people doing Nat 5s over in the exam threads in Scottish Qualifications if you need help with anything
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I revised 2 weeks before and I got 3A*s, 3A's, 3B's. OP, I think you'll be fine.
(Original post by Frododontgo)
I’ve got my exams starting in about 2 weeks and I haven’t revised yet.
I’m really freaking out and I’ve reached the point that whenever I try and revise I have a full blown panic attack. What do I do???
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(Original post by Frododontgo)
Not for me, my first exam is the 23rd of April
There is no written GCSE paper on 23rd April ...
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(Original post by Frododontgo)
I’ve got my exams starting in about 2 weeks and I haven’t revised yet.
I’m really freaking out and I’ve reached the point that whenever I try and revise I have a full blown panic attack. What do I do???
GCSE’s are piss easy, even if you revise the night before for a particular subject you can get an A-A*. That’s what I did, not difficult. Just revise more for the subjects you struggle at I guess
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Get your head down and do it. You are 100% capable of doing it - the hardest bit is cutting out distractions and focusing. What exams do you have first? Focus on the weakest ones first. It's not too late. Good luck x
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