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What can I do to get ahead for GCSEs? I’m really worried :?

1. Create a Revision Timetable. Building a revision timetable can add structure to your revision and help you identify which GCSE subjects you need to prioritise to get better marks. Creating a revision timetable is a great way to organise your study time, plus it also helps boost your motivation to revise for your exams. 2. Take Regular Study Breaks. Do you feel stressed, tired and that no new information is entering your head? There is no point forcing yourself to study for hours upon hours as this will not result in a positive outcome. Taking regular study breaks and exercising is proven to engaging your brain in studying and improve your exam performance in the long-run. 3. Understand Your Learning Style. Everyone thinks that there is a best way to study but the reality is that each person is different. Once you understand whether you are a visual, auditory, reading/writing or kinaesthetic learner, then remembering and recalling new information will become much easier. Practice will also tell you if you work better studying during the night or in the morning/daytime.

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- identify the subjects that you are less confident in - make a study plan - prioritise the knowledge in the syllabus and make sure you know them - break a large topic into small areas every day - spaced repetition - use flashcards and test yourself everyday and after a week to recall memory - active learning is very important - do past papers and review them - make sure u review the questions you got wrong - ask your friends to test you, sometimes study with a group of friends and try to teach each other will help

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