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learn by heart all the content, make revision resources for all of it and practise EQs by the end of september so i can focus the rest of year 11 on things i don't understand and exam technique and revising all the content over and over.

also regarding eqs when should i do them because some ppl say before exams but isn't that too late.
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Yes. If you work smartly, I believe you could. What’s a EQ?
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Yes. If you work smartly, I believe you could. What’s a EQ?
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learn by heart all the content, make revision resources for all of it and practise EQs by the end of september so i can focus the rest of year 11 on things i don't understand and exam technique and revising all the content over and over.

also regarding eqs when should i do them because some ppl say before exams but isn't that too late.
Hello,

You might be able to get straight 9s, yes, but you don't want to burn yourself out either. Create a revision timetable so your time is productive and you can keep on track with your revision. Have a look at this link for creating timetables: https://getrevising.co.uk/planner
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Yes. If you work smartly, I believe you could. What’s a EQ?
I assume essential questions on a topic?
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Ohhhh you can do eq in the year after a certain period and more closer to mocks but I suggest you focus on eq nearer to the exams like a lot.
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Hello,

You might be able to get straight 9s, yes, but you don't want to burn yourself out either. Create a revision timetable so your time is productive and you can keep on track with your revision. Have a look at this link for creating timetables: https://getrevising.co.uk/planner
why do you say might is there anything i need to change or improve of my plan
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Like see what revision techniques work with you. For example if you’re an auditory learner, I suggest videos and really focus in class. If you’re a visual learner, use diagrams instead of words to make u remember and things like doodles near notes would help you understand. For me I’m more a practical person so I do more questions than consolidating my notes because I can consolidate the topics I have trouble with in my exams but also learning the Mark scheme and how to structure an answer. Consolidating is also working smartly so you know to focus on your weakness than emphasising the need to have knowledge of everything so you have a solid foundation.
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why do you say might is there anything i need to change or improve of my plan
It's not an exact thing, you could revise really well before the exams but struggle in the exams due to other reasons. Or be burnt out from all the revision for example.
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It's not an exact thing, you could revise really well before the exams but struggle in the exams due to other reasons. Or be burnt out from all the revision for example.
how could i avoid being burnt out and what do you mean by other reasons
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how could i avoid being burnt out and what do you mean by other reasons
Other reasons as in; being exhausted for an exam; not eating properly before an exam (lacking sugars); brain fog.

The main thing you can do is to make sure you have breaks during your revision periods and give yourself down time.
Have a look at this for feeling burnt out as well:
https://www.lanternaeducation.com/av...g-study-leave/
https://blog.gradeslam.org/how-to-av...study-burnout/
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