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GCSE's are in a month, although I have been revising since February I've only been revising my general knowledge in my subjects (I have 10 subjects in total).
What is the best way to timetable my GCSE revision to extract the most knowledge for the upcoming exams?
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Hi there! When I did my GCSEs, I found lists of everything I had to know for all my subjects and labelled them red, orange and green. Red meant that I needed to revise it ASAP, orange meant I kind of got it and green meant I knew it! That way, I knew exactly what to prioritise and what I could get away with not going over unless I had enough time! Also, only do revision 40 minutes at a time because studies have shown you’re productive for 40 minutes and then the rest you’re not as productive any more, so definitely fit in some breaks! Hope this helps
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