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Hi everyone

Basically, I was wondering if anybody has any tips on how to revise for Spanish at GCSE? I did my listening and reading mocks in January and got A*s in both without revising, but I definitely don't want to just not revise and hope for A*s. But the thing is, I don't really know how exactly to revise for Spanish or how long to spend revising for it (bc my main revision priorities are the three sciences and history). I'm learning some vocab but I'm interested in knowing if there are any other more effective revision techniques Also, my exam board is AQA and I think it's one of the easiest..
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Hi everyone

Basically, I was wondering if anybody has any tips on how to revise for Spanish at GCSE? I did my listening and reading mocks in January and got A*s in both without revising, but I definitely don't want to just not revise and hope for A*s. But the thing is, I don't really know how exactly to revise for Spanish or how long to spend revising for it (bc my main revision priorities are the three sciences and history). I'm learning some vocab but I'm interested in knowing if there are any other more effective revision techniques Also, my exam board is AQA and I think it's one of the easiest..
Hey, I thought it might be helpful to move your thread to the foreign languages forum. there are loads of people there who can help.

You should find our past papers library useful, too. http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/g/past-papers/
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It's advisable to listen to Spanish music, talk shows on the radio and read books in Spanish as they help with sentence structure. Also the be attentive in class and ask why things occur as they do in terms of grammar as it will help to apply in future sentences. Try using complex structures like subjunctive too pick up extra marks, even a basic knowledge and attempt to use them will put a smile (even a small one) on the examiners face as your work will stand out from the 100 others.


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