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I have so many exams in the upcoming week. How can I revise for all of them? All of them are important. 

Posted Sun 28th October, 2012 @ 14:29 by Learnerrrr.

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Make a timetable of all the hours you have free before the exams and divide the number of hours you have available by the number of subjects you are doing. This will give all your subjects an equal amount of time for revision, then just organise when you're going to revise for them. And don't revise the same way each time - do different techniques to engage yourself for revision.

Hope this helps!

Answered Sun 28th October, 2012 @ 16:53 by Joanne
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Hi Learnerrrr,

When I had fourteen exams to do in one week....14 different subjects...I looked at the exam timetable and workred my way from down untill say your last exam was physics and the first chemistry, I'd start revising physics first because I would not have enought time when it came up.....of course that's like when you're work is all summarised and you've got approximately a week before.....(without panicking)....

I hope that this has helped...Good luck!!!

Answered Tue 30th October, 2012 @ 14:31 by Aneesa
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All you gotta do is use revision materials to help you don't just stik to one subject make sure you revise the rest I used to revise all week and the night before the exam I used to sleep until 4 but go sleep early and revise after 4 until 6,7 ish in the morning... Or go sleep after school get up at 7 and do straight 3 hours revisions with 3 breaks for max of 15 minutes in that time I would watch tv or eat.. Or go to sleep again... Fast sleeper

Answered Sun 4th November, 2012 @ 22:02 by sharaan
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Get a really good revision guide for each subject and start off by briefly reading through it... You know, get a rough idea of what you have to do. Then deduce what subjects are your weakest... Eg... You don't really need to spend much time on English, whereas you do with the Sciences! Divide up your time, eat well, sleep well... Don't slack off and go on the internet/your mobile. I usually give them to my parents to hide before the exams. Haha! But the one thing you need to do isssss....


We all go through it, and we're not all going to get straight A*s. Just take it easy, make your exams enjoyable and go into the hall with a positive outlook... 'I will do well'.

Good luck! I've got my fingers crossed for you :)))))))

Answered Mon 5th November, 2012 @ 19:06 by Amy