Yr 10 summer revision? Watch

Rolo1234
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Hey all,
I just started my summer holidays and am very serious about gcse revision.
Can someone tell me if it is worth me doing revision for yr 11, and if it is worth it how much of it should I be doing in a day?
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Something easy and lenient. Couple hours a day. Read the lit books and make notes on yr 10 stuff
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Hey I'm currently waiting for my GCSE results. I would say find out what revision techniques work best for each subject and make a list of your best subjects and your worst subjects and identify the specific topics you struggle on. I'd say focus on creating revision materials such as flashcards, mindmaps etc and buy any revision guides you think you'll need (if you don't know which ones email your teachers). Creating these revision materials early will really help you with the first set of year 11 mocks And for subjects such as maths it's all about practise so 30 minutes a day will make sure you don't forget how to math lol
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Thx
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You should definitely do some revision, catch up on year 10 stuff
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