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Organising your Revision. Preparing for your GCSEs. A sample exam timetable. French Reading and Listening 12/05/14Afternoon Biology Unit 213/05/14Morning Biology Unit 313/05/14Morning Geography SDME13/05/14Afternoon Chemistry Unit 215/05/14Morning

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Organising your revision

Organising your Revision

Preparing for your GCSEs


A sample exam timetable

A sample exam timetable

French Reading and Listening 12/05/14Afternoon

Biology Unit 213/05/14Morning

Biology Unit 313/05/14Morning

Geography SDME13/05/14Afternoon

Chemistry Unit 215/05/14Morning

Chemistry Unit 315/05/14Morning

English Lit 120/05/14Morning

Geography Key themes22/05/14Morning

English Lit 222/05/14Afternoon

English Unit 103/06/14Morning

Humanities Unit 105/06/14Afternoon

Biology Unit 106/06/14Afternoon

Maths 109/06/14Morning

Chemistry Unit 110/06/14Afternoon

Maths 213/06/14Morning

Humanities Unit 216/06/14Afternoon

PLUS 3 X Physics, ICT and two more options!!


Get organised

Get organised!


Make a list of an a verage day this is mine

Make a list of an average day… this is mine!

  • Wake up at 6:15

  • Set off to work at 7:25

  • At work from 8:15 – 5pm

  • Get home at 6pm

  • Dinner until 6:30

  • Watch some telly 6:30 – 7

  • Work 7 – 9

  • 9-10:30 – Relax

  • Bed at 10:30 – read for half an hour or so

  • Sleep at 11

How much spare time do you have?


Where do i start

Where do I start?

  • Know when your exams are

  • Know what you know and what you need to know

  • Know what resources you need


Activity

Activity

Start with knowing when your exams are.

Use your exam timetable and your revision planner.

Mark the dates of each of your exams with post-it notes from your revision pack


What you know and what you need to know

What you know andwhat you need to know

To help you focus your revision, it is VITAL that you know your strengths as well as your weaknesses.

This will help you target your revision more effectively. It makes more sense to focus on the things you don’tknow first…`


Activity1

Activity

In your revision planner, find the Subject Audit

To get started, complete the subject for two subjects.

To find out what you will be examined on go to www.uccrevision.co.uk and look at the information for different subjects.


Getting the resources you need

Getting the resources you need

www.uccrevision.co.uk

@uccrevision

#uccrevision


Start planning

Start planning….

  • You revision planner starts on TUESDAY 1st April 2014

  • This is an A week…

    Use the intervention information to start to plan your revision over that week…


For example

For example

Science

  • Priorities your early exams first and the ones you think you have the most to learn for…

Additional Chem-Lunch

Additional Bio-After school

Additional Physics-6:30-7:30


Start planning1

Start planning….

  • You revision planner starts on TUESDAY 1st April 2014

  • This is an A week…

    Use the intervention information to start to plan your revision over that week…


Using your revision planner

Using your revision planner

  • Complete the subject audit for all subjects.

  • Schedule your revision focusing on a particular topic. Try not to jump around topics/subjects too much.

  • Plan ahead and take into account any pre-arrange commitments you have and plan around them.


Important things to remember

Important things to remember…

  • The way to get the most out of your time is to be organised.

  • Make sure you make time for yourself – make time for fun, friend and family!

  • Plan your revision so that you have enough time to learn things thoroughly.


Organising your revision

The human brain has the memory capacity of

2.5 petabytes of data

Which is 2.5million gigabytes

YOU ALL HAVE THE CAPACITY TO REMEMBER EVERYTHING!

YOU JUST NEED TO BE ORGANISED AND KNOW HOW TO REVISE/LEARN THINGS EFFECTIVELY


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