So I'd usually get 7s and 8s across my GCSE subjects with barely any revision/studying at home, which I used as an excuse to procrastinate over the past few months by overestimating myself (obviously a dumb choice).
Now, unsurprisingly I've realised that isn't going to slide for the real deal, and I've forgotten quite a bit since the mock exams, which means I may be at risk of getting grades that are lower than expected for me.
I'm definitely not asking for techniques that will get me 3 grades higher in 2 weeks 😭 however, I was wondering if there would be any ways for me to effectively cover content I may have forgotten or found hard over the months.
I feel like past papers won't help much as they take quite a while to do and mark, and I can only allocate a set number of hours for each subject, as I have 9 GCSEs to revise for over a matter of weeks.
I do have subjects that should take priority, such as english lit, biology and chemistry (I do triple higher), and some that I just need to cover and get taken care of (eg: maths + english language).
What would be the best way to revise and ensure I can get an acceptable grade for all my subjects? I'm not looking for miracle techniques that will get me a 9 in a week, just effective and trusted methods that actually work for the exams.