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hey how many hours of revsion should be done each week for GCSE's?
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are you serious? 168? how?
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are you serious? 168? how?
no that person is being over the top. spend about 15-20 hours a week. (thats the recommended amount so you could go under of over but dont pile it on) i have to start revising for gcses today.
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are you serious? 168? how?
im joking that was just 24/7

you should spread your subjects out and revise a few subjects a day
make a timetable or something
give each subject about an hour
how much gcses do u have btw?
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im joking that was just 24/7

you should spread your subjects out and revise a few subjects a day
make a timetable or something
give each subject about an hour
how much gcses do u have btw?
ive got 10 subjects
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no that person is being over the top. spend about 15-20 hours a week. (thats the recommended amount so you could go under of over but dont pile it on) i have to start revising for gcses today.
ive done a timetable today and its 37 hours buttttttt its likely that im not going to follow it consistently
ive started a while ago but it was bits and peices of revision but from now I'm going to revise effectively
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ive done a timetable today and its 37 hours buttttttt its likely that im not going to follow it consistently
ive started a while ago but it was bits and peices of revision but from now I'm going to revise effectively
ok just take breaks ok?
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Quality>quantity. I did around 2-3 hours after school each day in the two months before, and 4-5 hours in half term/weekend days and got 11 Grade 9’s.
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Quality>quantity. I did around 2-3 hours after school each day in the two months before, and 4-5 hours in half term/weekend days and got 11 Grade 9s
wow well done
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It doesn't matter how many hours you do because more hours does not equate to better grades. Some people can receive amazing grades with less revision as opposed to someone who revises constantly with no breaks and achieve average grades like 4s/5s/6s. If I had to be honest, just do as many hours you can possibly can. Don't burn yourself out because revising for 4+ hours EVERYDAY without fail is a difficult thing to achieve, but possible. Start small, and then when exams start approaching, gradually increase the hours.
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