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    hi all, was wonderingif someone could help me... im stuck with revising this set work. was wondering if someone could help me please, id be truly greatful

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    Hi
    I loved this song when I did it for GCSE!
    I honestly found that the best way to revise was using flashcards with key info (Key, time signature and whatever) and just listening to it as much as possible. It's not much fun... But I got an A, so must have worked!

    (Original post by jay.routledge)
    hi all, was wonderingif someone could help me... im stuck with revising this set work. was wondering if someone could help me please, id be truly greatful

    thanks

    jay xx
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    Hi
    I loved this song when I did it for GCSE!
    I honestly found that the best way to revise was using flashcards with key info (Key, time signature and whatever) and just listening to it as much as possible. It's not much fun... But I got an A, so must have worked!

    haha, i really don't like that song, but thanks for the advice! much appreciated x
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    (Original post by jay.routledge)
    haha, i really don't like that song, but thanks for the advice! much appreciated x
    That sucks... Well, good luck! x
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    (Original post by BethWarman)
    That sucks... Well, good luck! x
    thanks! did you do A level music? x
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    (Original post by jay.routledge)
    thanks! did you do A level music? x
    No... I decided to take music technology instead
    I know a few people that take it
    Are you thinking of taking it at college? x
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    (Original post by BethWarman)
    No... I decided to take music technology instead
    I know a few people that take it
    Are you thinking of taking it at college? x
    whats the difference between music technology and music in general x
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    (Original post by jay.routledge)
    whats the difference between music technology and music in general x
    Music is more about theory and looking at the different genres again
    Music tech is more about the technology, so mixing, recording and stuff
    Both are pretty good x
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    (Original post by BethWarman)
    Music is more about theory and looking at the different genres again
    Music tech is more about the technology, so mixing, recording and stuff
    Both are pretty good x
    where are you doing that at like x
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    (Original post by jay.routledge)
    where are you doing that at like x
    I go to college in the west Midlands x
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    I go to college in the west Midlands x
    ah ok, drop me a message?x
 
 
 
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