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I have my GCSE’s in less than 3 months, and I haven’t even finished all the content. I have started memorising the content but there seems to be so much. How can I cover all the content in time? Especially having 11 subjects.
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plan a revision timetable. if you've been revising for mocks, hopefully you'll find that you know some of the content decently well already??
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I have no more mocks.
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(Original post by GCSE_Rockstar32)
I have no more mocks.
Do u have your results. if u do, you can see your mistakes and focus on those topics. the topics u did well in just read over it so you dont drop them. And also timetable
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I do have my results but they weren’t what I wanted. I try to use them to motivate but whenever I think of how little time I have, I get demotivated.
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If you want to memorise content fast try blurting and defo make a revision timetable. Lucas Mockeridge on YouTube has good videos on both if you need somewhere to start.
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