GCSE science (modular) Watch

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for the written papers in june paper 1 and paper 2 do i have to revise everything for that i have done yr 10 and yr 11 :confused:
our teachers don't tell us
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yes that is why the gcse course is two years long
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no you dont revise EVERYTHING, your tacher should tell you the things that they will/wont test you on, but thats why you have modules and it should be easier to stay on top o the work rather than do it all at the end.
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You need to revise some parts of the year 10 modules. Not everything!
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what topics should i study for science modular paper 1 and paper 2??? i ask the teachers but they don't tell us or they don't know
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There are 6 topics from year 11 you need to know they are:

Patterns of chemical change
Inheritance and selection
Environment
Structures and bonding
Forces
Waves and Radiation

For year 10 you just need to know some information from each of the 6 modules, our teacher gave us 6 papers he wrote himself telling us what stuff we need to know, the information also goes into detail so we don't have to revise the year 10 stuff from books.
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(Original post by i_need_A*s)
what topics should i study for science modular paper 1 and paper 2??? i ask the teachers but they don't tell us or they don't know
Which exam board are you doing? AQA or Edexcel?
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Do you all realise that this thread is 13 months old!

I_need_A*'s will already have done the exam! :p:
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(Original post by Bexiness!)
Do you all realise that this thread is 13 months old!

I_need_A*'s will already have done the exam! :p:
Lmao!!
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Oops... *hides under stone* :ninja:
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(Original post by *bobo*)
yes that is why the gcse course is two years long
I know this thread is old BUT because a course is two year long it does not mean that you have to revise everything.

Some topics will be tested ONLY in the modules, some might be re-tested in the terminal papers. The only way to be sure is to get the specifications for your particular exam. The specifications will be different between boards and within the board. For example Science A will be different to Science B. or C or what-ever.

For the current year 10 ALL the specifications are new.
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thanks you guys for the help i got da A yay
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