I am really stressing as I have around 15 exams in the summer and I have no idea how I am going to be able to revise all of my subjects and remember everything. When is the best time to start revising?
Thank you x
Posted Sun 9th December, 2012 @ 08:36 by Sarah Edited by Sarah on Sun 9th December, 2012 @ 08:37
im still doing my GCSE's but one advice my teachers gave is that during the holidays set ur time exactly like ur school timetable so get ur revision done in the morning n in the evenin relax.so for example on monday lets say u do english lesson from 9:00 to 9:45, during the holiday revise a subject between that time
n keep this in mind if u revise too much, u overwork ur self
Make a revision timetable and try to make it so that you have at least an hour for each subject a week. Do as many past papers as you can and ask your teacher to mark them for you so you can see which bits you need to work on. Make revision flash cards for the different topics of the subject but the key is doing as many past papers as possible. Try using the method of loci where you place certain objects or events around a room in your head to remember. Or make up a storie with the information you need to remember. Dont stress. Thats the worst thing to do. I take it these are GCSEs and revising a little bit should get you As. I hardly revised for my GCSEs and got all Bs so if you take my advice you should get As or A*s. Good luck x
Yess I agree with the answers already given...however DO NOT OVER DO IT! that can drecrease your grade alot! get good sleep and drink lots of water. what ever you do, do not get stressed. take some time out:)