revision timetable? mocks? advice please!
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hey, im in year 12 atm so I'm doing my GCSE's. My mocks are in january so I've decided to start revising tomorrow since I dont wanna be cramming over christmas. Is an hour of study each day okay? I've decided to do all my study early in the morning before I go to school so that even if I get loads of homework that night, I'll still have got study done, do you think that would work okay? Also, could someone tell me how I should plan my study? I don't have my mock dates yet so its kind of hard.
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i personally can't revise in the morning I do 2 hours of study after school and try and complete any homework the day i get it, i'm usually done by about 6.30 each night so have plenty of free time. I would make a revision timetable, perhaps revise for 30-45mins for each subject and do 3 subjects per day, thats what i did
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try this it worked for me... make accounts on places where you know you will find activities to help with your subject like sam learning im sure the school/college will help... try going after school classes ask for extra help to improve on revision... especially teachers you may like because they can help alot...
make flash cards with different colours
make a big poster stick it up on the wall (make sure its brief) and read it every morning
use post it notes.. i used to stick them up all over the house so i was revising all the time although my mum got mad..
you might want to make a revision group to help you
start teaching other pepole what you know to help you remember what you have alread learnt also write your notes out in a different colour to see what you remember...
the way to revise is do 2 hours straight then have your personally time and maybe get up early to revise in the morning and before a day of the exam eat foods which give a slow bust of enery i.e. pasta, banana's and dark chocolate :D
hope i helped