Try to start reading early every morning. Even if that sounds impossible!
Your brain is fresh and easier to work. Starting in the afternoon means that you may be up late and try to re-evaluate everything. It is better to have a common overhaul, and you want to start and finish each day around the same time.
Use goal-setting theory
Setting weekly and monthly goals may sound like a waste of time but it’s vital since it enables you to both schedule and track your progress.
Take set breaks
Set study breaks are vital for you to stick to your revision schedule and to maximise the time you spending on your GCSe revision each week,
So the goal is 30-45 minutes for each GCSE revsion session. At least. Then, with a short break and, ideally, over 4 hours of study per day.
This way, you will revise a more efficient explosion without saving a few hours of alertness to address multiple subjects.
Use alternative media
Try other media once your attention starts to flag. If your studying for GCSE English Literature then check for shakepeare and modern classic movies on Netflix or Amazon Prime. Similarly for Classics GCSE and History GCSE.
If your studying Maths GCSE then you probably already know how many free Maths GCSE apps and Websites there are. go toyour favourite and see if that can spark your interest.
Alternative GCSE revision tips