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    Is anyone doing the English lit exam in January? The thought is killing me- have no idea how to revise!! (Ik it's like four months away lol)
    WJEC


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    (Original post by mayu123)
    Do you revise after school can you show me how you revise and i will show you too xD BEST OF LUCK xD:please::yucky:
    After school. I quickly do my homeworks

    After that, depending on how I'm feeling I study only 1 subject for 1-2 hours.

    Maths: 1.Just revise what we did in school
    2.Do some past papers
    3. Learn some key formula's I might need

    French: 1. Cue cards help me, so I make plenty of them
    2. I go through my notes (We have a vocab book)
    3. I try some exam questions, with the vocab I know (I use a little help from wordreference.com <-You have to limit yourself)

    Buisness Studies: 1. My sister did it, so she helps me and tells me what we will do next topic
    2. I make cue cards again with key terms (a lot of them)
    3. I try some questions on that topic

    Science: I don't really revise, I did most of the GCSE Science topics in Year 8 and 9 after school

    English: I haven't started anything really I need to tho, with the new spec

    Geography: I do a CGP book (The new one)
    ^It actually helps a looott

    Stats: It's not a huge amount so I haven't started

    Chem: It's a huge amount of topics, so I'm doing it from bottom to top, cos they are teaching it top to bottom in school
    ^http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/resource...-2016-V1-0.PDF

    Bio: I need to start

    Physics: Only 6 topics... so I can take my time


    OR JUST CHILL ON TSR, F*** SCHOOL!!!!
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    (Original post by Boss_Rhythm)
    After school. I quickly do my homeworks

    After that, depending on how I'm feeling I study only 1 subject for 1-2 hours.

    Maths: 1.Just revise what we did in school
    2.Do some past papers
    3. Learn some key formula's I might need

    French: 1. Cue cards help me, so I make plenty of them
    2. I go through my notes (We have a vocab book)
    3. I try some exam questions, with the vocab I know (I use a little help from wordreference.com <-You have to limit yourself)

    Buisness Studies: 1. My sister did it, so she helps me and tells me what we will do next topic
    2. I make cue cards again with key terms (a lot of them)
    3. I try some questions on that topic

    Science: I don't really revise, I did most of the GCSE Science topics in Year 8 and 9 after school

    English: I haven't started anything really I need to tho, with the new spec

    Geography: I do a CGP book (The new one)
    ^It actually helps a looott

    Stats: It's not a huge amount so I haven't started

    Chem: It's a huge amount of topics, so I'm doing it from bottom to top, cos they are teaching it top to bottom in school
    ^http://filestore.aqa.org.uk/resource...-2016-V1-0.PDF

    Bio: I need to start

    Physics: Only 6 topics... so I can take my time


    OR JUST CHILL ON TSR, F*** SCHOOL!!!!
    aww ur organised as soon as i come back from school i :
    Get some snacks and a cool drink because i will be hydrated
    Do all my homework
    Start to revise a certain subject for 2 hours
    Have a 30 mins break
    Read the book we are doing in English (Inspector Calls)
    Then Sleep ma favourite xxdD

    Ma science triple im doing at chemistry at the moment xD is :
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    Ma revision Quote to get motivated xD
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    I recommend those who are doign Inspector Calls to get this revsion guide i have it and it's super handy even things your doing at school +homeworks xD
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    (Original post by Alexemmamay3101)
    Is anyone doing the English lit exam in January? The thought is killing me- have no idea how to revise!! (Ik it's like four months away lol)
    WJEC


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    aww good Luck which book are you doing ?
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    (Original post by Boss_Rhythm)
    THAT'S MEEE

    I took:
    English Language
    English Literature
    Maths
    Statistics
    Biology
    Chemistry
    Physics
    Business Studies
    Geography
    French (I regret this one)
    + I miss history
    Im doing business studies unit 2 December/January u ?
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    (Original post by _gcx)
    That happened to me too, even though I asked in Year 9 (now in Year 11, I just like popping in on the Yr. 10 threads ). Apparently there were no spaces in Geography or Spanish, so I was stuck ;-;. It's currently my worst subject, and will likely remain so until I finish my GCSEs.
    GOOD LUCK for year 11 GCSE's and are u doing business studies ??
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    (Original post by mayu123)
    GOOD LUCK for year 11 GCSE's and are u doing business studies ??
    Thanks And no I'm not, sorry
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    (Original post by _gcx)
    Thanks And no I'm not, sorry
    Its alright do you do triple science like any chance you can show me how you make notes ?
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    (Original post by mayu123)
    I recommend those who are doign Inspector Calls to get this revsion guide i have it and it's super handy even things your doing at school +homeworks xD
    What type of stuff does the revision book contain?
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    What type of stuff does the revision book contain?
    It tells you the themes ,characters like desciping them , exam questions and the other types of different things like themes xD
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    (Original post by mayu123)
    So your doing Business Studies how are you revising ?xD
    I had a recent business studies test and the way I revised was picking out the certain notes on the certain topics I was being tested on and wrote each topic on a different piece of paper with mind maps and colour co-ordinated each topic. I think I did well and I'll be getting my result tomorrow
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    (Original post by mayu123)
    It tells you the themes ,characters like desciping them , exam questions and the other types of different things like themes xD
    Ahh thanks, I'll consider buying it
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    (Original post by mayu123)
    So your doing Business Studies how are you revising ?xD
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    (Original post by mayu123)
    aww good Luck which book are you doing ?
    Thanks, and I'm doing To kill a mockingbird!


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    Jheez how come you guys are revising so early on?
    Have u guys done any tests if u have what did you get
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    Jheez how come you guys are revising so early on?
    Have u guys done any tests if u have what did you get
    I've had quite a few tests/assessments so I have been revising. I've had 2 English ones, some spanish ones, 2 business ones a geography one, a biology one, an upcoming chemistry and maths one and I have my speaking and listening for my actual English exam- not a practice one coming up
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    Cool xD
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    (Original post by Alexemmamay3101)
    Thanks, and I'm doing To kill a mockingbird!


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    aww k come and join ma thread http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4310758
 
 
 
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