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    (Original post by Matrix123)
    What exam board do you do?

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    OCR. Have you seen their textbooks? Textbooks from hell.
    How about you?

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    Likewise. I have from now until 07th June to memorise everything in the specification.
    Ah, good luck. Mine's on the 8th. There is FAR much to memorise; especially on the software chapter. *shudder*
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    (Original post by ZiggyStarDust_)
    OCR. Have you seen their textbooks? Textbooks from hell.
    How about you?



    Ah, good luck. Mine's on the 8th. There is FAR much to memorise; especially on the software chapter. *shudder*
    :eek:Ikr! Same, OCR too. I have...haha yup. Ohh gosh that chapter! The emerging trends one really threw me in our mocks

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    Geography, because I have off days and I just have basically given up with it.

    Sociology, because I've got consistent A* and have done little to no revision recently.

    iGCSE English Language, because my school have already messed up my grade so I might do even worse and get a lower grade- they marked it as a B on the thing, for we did it early, but I have been proven to get an A*. However, they can't change it, due to 'legal reasons'!

    Latin. There is just NOTHING on the 8 and 10 mark questions ANYWHERE.

    Oh and Maths. If there's a question on division or multiplication of decimals in any way, I have failed.
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    English LIT definitely.
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    (Original post by kputera)
    For me it would be the IGCSE AQA English Lit. I am improving my skills for the language paper but for lit, I could very well be screwed HAHAH.
    OMG same! I'm studying A View From the Bridge.. *sighs*
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    (Original post by She-Ra)
    Which one is making you nervous?

    Maths every time for me :cry2:
    Triple science and maths uhh😩
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    French
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    Triple science and maths definitely.
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    English all the way!

    Don't really know how to revise for it, for the others at least you can learn facts. However, Geography and Textiles are a bit stressful because there's just so much to learn!
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    Maths, English, History, Science, RS
    - Basically all of them
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    (Original post by imHappy)
    Triple science and maths uhh😩
    Triple science was not my bag... In fact I did single! My sister did triple though and it ended up fine. How's the revision going?
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    Physics, chemistry and maths for sure mainly because I'm doing these subjects for A levels.


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    There's only one answer to this... Biology. The other sciences close behind, and then that's about it. I'm nervous for Lit though, too, as I've set the bar high for myself!
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    (Original post by lovelybow)
    Physics, chemistry and maths for sure mainly because I'm doing these subjects for A levels.


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    :five: I think I'm doing them for A Levels too

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    English language for sure.

    It's the one that both actually counts (IE it's one of the three that universities, 6th forms, etc, care about - maths English science), yet it's the only one of those three where there is never a 'right' or wrong answer - it's all subjective.

    And it's all in one exam.

    So that means that if I have a bad day in the exam and end up doing badly, that's it, no second chance.

    At least with science each GCSE (I'm doing triple) has three exams, so if you mess up in one then you still have a chance, and in maths it's just knowing how to do a bunch of different maths questions that are usually the same sort of thing, if you can do the maths past papers you can do the maths exam, but with English you might not realize the time and end up spending way too long on a single question, or get a source that's really weird and confusing and spend ages deciding what to write.

    Oh how I wish they just split the 2 hr 15 min English exam into two - one for writing, one for reading. Would make so much more sense, two hours is far too long to be able to write coherently for, especially when you barely have enough time to answer the questions, let alone take a brake.
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    (Original post by ZiggyStarDust_)
    OCR. Have you seen their textbooks? Textbooks from hell.
    How about you?



    Ah, good luck. Mine's on the 8th. There is FAR much to memorise; especially on the software chapter. *shudder*
    Oh yes, my exam is of course on the same day as you. What I mean is I don't aim to still have content to memorise on the day of the exam. I think what I have a bit of trouble with is hexadecimal and all that weird stuff. There's a male on YouTube who does OCR Computing and he explains everything pretty well. If you want the link let me know. Good luck to you too Madam.
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    History, despite getting As throughout the course, I just feel worried...
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    (Original post by She-Ra)
    Triple science was not my bag... In fact I did single! My sister did triple though and it ended up fine. How's the revision going?
    I would say revision is going well. It's just additional science that I'm worried about. Especially physics uh😱
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