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I'm entering Year 11 and haven't done any revision whatsoever this summer holiday. I received a few 7's, two 8s (both in English) and the rest were a mix between 5s and 6's with two 4s (French and Citizenshi-which I'm very worried about). Any help?
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it’s fine.

just start revising in september...

summer holidays were supposed to give you a break from school
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It’s still totally fixable. Just make sure you have good attendance this year, do all the homework and go to any support sessions that teachers organise.
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I didn’t start revising properly until November and got straight 8s and 9s, just make sure that when you start revising you’re working hard and you’ll be completely fine, those grades aren’t a bad start to build on and will definitely go up.
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(Original post by Theo123456)
I'm entering Year 11 and haven't done any revision whatsoever this summer holiday. I received a few 7's, two 8s (both in English) and the rest were a mix between 5s and 6's with two 4s (French and Citizenshi-which I'm very worried about). Any help?
Seriously it’s fine. I started revising over Easter and I got all 8/9’s. you will be fine!
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Hello,

You don't have to start revising in the summer holidays. Once September comes, even an hour a day is a good start to revision. (As long as its productive!) Have you decided / worked out what your main strategies are at revising and recalling information? This will defiantly make it easier for you once you start revising.

Don't burn yourself out when you do start, spread out your work! and create a revision timetable that does include breaks. Good luck!
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(Original post by Hazzabear)
Hello,

You don't have to start revising in the summer holidays. Once September comes, even an hour a day is a good start to revision. (As long as its productive!) Have you decided / worked out what your main strategies are at revising and recalling information? This will defiantly make it easier for you once you start revising.

Don't burn yourself out when you do start, spread out your work! and create a revision timetable that does include breaks. Good luck!
Not really, the problem is, there's so much potentially helpful information available on the internet for revision that I don't know where to start.

Also thanks for the replies.
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Not really, the problem is, there's so much potentially helpful information available on the internet for revision that I don't know where to start.

Also thanks for the replies.
The main ones I used was: Seneca; Bitesize; quizlet; and maths genie. They were extremely helpful for all my studies. If you’re struggling with finding useful online sources, you could just use your revision books perhaps?
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