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    Hey Guys,

    you'd call me a fool, but im an a* student and im completely unprepared for my GCSE exam in june. I just dont get how to revise a billion topics! Please give me a good quick way to make sure i've covered everything just in time. Thankyou
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    If you're an a* student you shouldn't really have to, because you'll do loads of past papers. You should pick it up
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    Test papers, Test papers. I did none, so I got one mark away from an A* in GCSE. Now I do them in A level and I'm on an A*.
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    Past papers! Loads of them
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    Go through the syllabus and learn the theory, then past papers are key for the application to questions. Past papers are always the way forward, so do loads of them.
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    If you do the past papers, you'll realise there aren't actually 'a billion topics' and as soon as you've learnt the techniques you'll be fine

    Past papers past papers past papers.
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    Totally agree with Crazy Paving. I worked through the book whilst I was doing my GCSE exams, making sure I understood the content good and thorough, then I did past papers non stop. If you simply revise the content, I'd say the best you can get is an A or a B but if you practise doing past papers in timed conditions, you could get that A*. Practice really does make perfect.
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    past papers and Mathswatch
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    do math
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    I have lots of exams coming up too which i need to revise for. I did a timetable - study english on monday, maths on tuesday etc... so i get an equal time for revision.. half an hour - an hour every day on different subjects... takes up alot of time in the end, but if you want good grades, then you have to revise. Good Luck.
 
 
 
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