Its very own place on TSR where students can discuss the exam, help each other, exchange ideas – even panic – together.
But who’s going to create these threads? Stop looking around. It’s YOU!
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- Create threads for A level exams here and GCSE exams here
- Give your threads a name – we’ll need the exam title, level and board
- Write a few words in the opening post
- Press submit
Voila! You've made an exam thread.
And if you want to be super fancy:
- Put it in the right forum - the full list is here
- Share some links to useful resources, such as the TSR learning tools which are here
- Tag in your friends on TSR who are taking the same exam
Here’s why you should make your threads right now:
1. For glory!
Think of all that rep...!
2. For love!
People are super grateful to have a place to chat, help each other and panic. You'll get lots of lovely comments as a result of making one.
3. For friendship!
You'll make new friends through chatting about your exams. And who knows... you might meet The One over your sociology paper.
4. For help!
Is there a module you didn't quite get, or are you getting confused about exam technique? You can ask like minded people and get the answers you need.
5. For wisdom!
You can help others, and spread your wisdom.
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