Would you ever go into an exam without revision?Watch
So, I'm taking a risk and probably won't be revising for that exam.
Anyways, would you ever go into an exam without revision?
Just go through the past papers and revision guides. Ask the teacher for help.
AQA Physics, for the core exam... i went in, no revision, and i got 100, but i like physics... so that may be why...
my other sciences i just read though all my work night before...
but i guess it all depends on the person!
Ironically scored higher in the first four above than I did for History, which I spent several days revising on
I did my GCSE English Lit exam with no revision whatsoever and managed to get an A - it's the one subject I was a natural at. I regret not taking it to A Level now...
on the subject of ICT, I resat a module i got a D in (when i had revised!) and couldnt be bothered doing any revision and got an A, so yeah
edit: oh i was talking about a level haha
Unless there are people that do not ever go to school then its not really possible to go into an exam without revision cos there is always some type of revision in class.
Aha, you actually have to do revision at A level But yeah, it's definitely one of those subjects at GCSE where if you have a talent, it doesn't require revision to get an A.
I got (swine?) flu after my non-calculator maths exam so I spent a few days off (excluding weekend) and I could not do any revision as I was always in bed. Thus had to do my calculator exam with little/no revision.
I would always suggest revising . Unless you don't have a choice
for A level...(jan modules) did jack ****...ABCE....