So I'm going to be taking my IGCSE's next june, and since school is about to start, I've just gone through some of my old notes, just to get a general gist of things. I have some practice IGCSE papers for subjects like physics, geography, math and biology and in all of these I do pretty, dropping only like 1 or 2 marks in the whole paper (besides geography where I drop like 15...). Is it really going to be that easy in the actual thing, as these papers are the same ones done a few years before.
Practice vs the real thing? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 16-08-2013 09:41
- Study Helper
- 17-08-2013 09:33
It should be 'that easy' for you. At GCSE level the general form and feel for the papers doesn't change unlike at A-level and beyond. So if you're doing well on the practice papers similar results should be expected on the real one.
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