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So basically,
I already had RE and English Lit as early entry in yer 10 and I put all my effort in these exams leaving me dried out for year 11, I feel dead on the inside and actually can't revise anything anymore for my upcoming gcses _ anyone have any tips for me on how to revise or how to regain my energy pls reply ASAP
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Do something you like to give you energy and not dry yourself out of from revision. Like hanging out with your friends or doing a hobby. Basically give yourself a treat so you don’t do constant revision without any breaks or treats which won’t benefit you at all since you’ll get sick of it.
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Do something you like to give you energy and not dry yourself out of from revision. Like hanging out with your friends or doing a hobby. Basically give yourself a treat so you don’t do constant revision without any breaks or treats which won’t benefit you at all since you’ll get sick of it.
Thanks for getting back to me.
My mum is very very strict and hates to see when I have breaks, she's takes my ps4 away from me and doesn't let me go out with my freind so I am very limited to having fun
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Thanks for getting back to me.
My mum is very very strict and hates to see when I have breaks, she's takes my ps4 away from me and doesn't let me go out with my freind so I am very limited to having fun
Oh that’s a big limitation. How about clubs at your school so your mam wouldn’t know and if you’re a bit late, you could say you were studying after school?
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Oh that’s a big limitation. How about clubs at your school so your mam wouldn’t know and if you’re a bit late, you could say you were studying after school?
My pick me up at 3 and if I'm. Late they ring the school. Still have any suggestions or am Iost cause?
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My pick me up at 3 and if I'm. Late they ring the school. Still have any suggestions or am Iost cause?
Anything you could at home or does your mom check up on you often? You could play phone games that’s how I deal with boredom in my frees for sixth form - literally all I play is Minecraft. Do you have a computer you could play games in or does your mom limit that too? You could tell the school about how you feel and ask if they could arrange a meeting with your mom to discuss your wellbeing and stress but idk how you feel about that.
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These exams are in May? It's October! I wouldn't even think of revising until Easter.
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Use this next term to ease off a bit. You don't need to start revising for the final exams until after christmas.
I did too much too soon when revising and ended up burning out. I was absolutely destroyed by the time GCSE's came around and could hardly eat or sleep, and ended up not doing as well as I know I could have.
Now I'm at A Level I'm determined to make sure this doesn't happen again
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Just tell your mum you don't need to revise yet, you have it under control, GCSEs are easy. wait until March/April
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