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Get ready for GCSE Exams 2022!

Get GCSE help for 2022.

Now is the time to start your revision for GCSE 2022.

A well-planned study timetable will ensure you have enough time to cover the topics thoroughly. Work out how many weeks it is to your exams. This will give you an idea of how many days you have to study. List the topics that need to be covered and within the topic, which areas need to be revised. Create or buy a planner and record your finding onto it. the planner needs to have the following section to work effectively; Yearly page ( to plan all your subject up to exam day; Monthly page ( to plan the topics within your subject matter); weekly page ( to plan when you will study. also include your outside hobbies, family commitments, school hours and homework) and the daily page ( to determine how long your activities take and when you will do your studies. One example of a planner is below:

A sample timetable:

Revision Timetable (While in School)
16:30 Home
17:00 Revision (20mins revision, 5min break, 20mins revision, 5min break,
10mins to look over what I have revised)
18:00 Tea
19:00 Revision (as above …. 20-5-20-5-10)
20:00 Revision (as above …. 20-5-20-5-10)
21:00 Break
Total 3 Hours

Revision Timetable (While off-timetable)
09:30 Revision (normal format)
10:30 Break
11:00 Revision
12:00 Revision & Look over what you have already done in the morning session
12:30 Lunch
13:30 Revision
14:30 Revision
15:30 Break
16:00 Revision
17:00 Break & Teatime
19:00 Revision
20:00 Revision (Summary of day’s work)
Total 7 Hour

There are many different types of planners to use. Find the one which works for you.

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