How long should I revise for GCSE to get an A* Watch

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I want A/A* in my exams. I have 4 exams coming up history, chemistry, biology and physics. Is 3-4 weeks enough to revise and still get good grades for them ? Also we have a full week off after next week!
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Study as hard as you can and as much as you can Find time and space Do your best Don’t listen to anyone’s negativity And don’t be a narcissist.
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It isn’t about how long. It’s about how accurate and good you revise. Just focus when studying and try to understand/memorise everything you read and write them in small notes.

There is no point of revising for 14h a day if you aren’t going to focus on accomplish anything.
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i dont get it, havent gcses already started? do you live in wales or something? i think 3-4 hours is good enough
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Yes they have started , but I’m in year 10 and in wales where we take half this year and half next year. I’m sitting them on the 6th of June up to the 14th of June
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i dont get it, havent gcses already started? do you live in wales or something? i think 3-4 hours is good enough
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Ok thank you for the advice !
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It isn’t about how long. It’s about how accurate and good you revise. Just focus when studying and try to understand/memorise everything you read and write them in small notes.

There is no point of revising for 14h a day if you aren’t going to focus on accomplish anything.
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I’m really determined so hopefully I’ll get good grades! I’m worried about physics the most😬
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Study as hard as you can and as much as you can Find time and space Do your best Don’t listen to anyone’s negativity And don’t be a narcissist.
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Yes they have started , but I’m in year 10 and in wales where we take half this year and half next year. I’m sitting them on the 6th of June up to the 14th of June
ahhh that makes sense oof, yeah so perhaps 2-3 hours! hope you do well dude!
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Thank you !!
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ahhh that makes sense oof, yeah so perhaps 2-3 hours! hope you do well dude!
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