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    Revised the most for maths, because I had very little confidence in it. Close to that was Science & Additional Science; least was probably English Lang & Lit.
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    Most: biology

    then:
    chemistry
    physics
    maths
    rs
    music
    spanish
    english lit
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    Physics (it's so confusing?!) and English Lit


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    I started my revision a few weeks ago and I have only done Geography case studies and started on History. As previously mentioned, the content and case studies/essays in both subjects require a lot of revision.

    I know English Literature is going to take up a lot of my time as well. I'll have to go over everything for Of Mice and Men and The Crucible, as well as all poetry texts and techniques.

    Science I'm taking 3 exams which totals 9 modules, but I can't see myself having that much enthusiasm to hammer revision down for Science. I suck it and I don't enjoy it at all.
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    Revised for Spanish and Sociology the most so much to learn! Least was Food Technology I don't think I did any at all for it actually.
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    Maths. Definitely maths.

    Then, it sorta went something like this:

    Latin. (some)
    German. (some)
    And the rest of my subjects I pretty much did nothing apart from in the class, haha. These subjects were: English language, English literature, biology, chemistry, physics, geography, religious studies and citizenship.

    Kinda wish I had revised more now, though. Meh.
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    I revised for History most (only because I had the whole half term), I copied the whole textbook and it paid off. Managed to get an A* and nearly 100% on both exams, duly rubbed this in my teachers face, who predicted me a B.
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    science most, maths least
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    hmmm got to s

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    (Original post by lilGem)
    Geography- it was my weakest subject throughout GCSEs getting C/Ds in mock papers

    ended up getting an A
    Same with me last year, hope it goes well with this year as well!




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    Definitely history -being my favourite subject, I didn't actually mind re-learning everything again but mostly because there was so much of it to learn and so many notes to make! Also did a lot for economics because I was so bad at it Paid off in the end though I probably did the least revision for class. civ.
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    History and RS


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    Arabic and Maths.
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    Hmm as a whole it would be Triple Science. But if only one subject then: English Literature.
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    Maths.

    Barely revised for DT
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    Maths, because I wanted to go up from a C grade I got in the mocks to at least a B grade so I could do it at college.
    Thankfully the revision paid off and I got an A overall, so I was a happy chappy!
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    For me it was the foreign languages. I've always found them the hardest in school.
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    Mainly English because of all those poems in the anthology book.
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    Most was probably Classical Civilisation.
    Least was definitely Business Studies.
 
 
 
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