Tips for A*sWatch
2) Make sure you understand everything
3) Do past papers
4) Learn mark schemes, see where you gain marks
Science - Lean all the definitions with flashcards or something similar and you've basically got an A*
For french, it's best to learn as much vocab as you can, as this will stand you in good stead in the reading and listening exams. I think there's vocab books that you can print off from your exam boards website.
Maths - do lots of practice papers!!! This will allow you to figure out which topics you struggle with, get used to the type of questions and exam techniques.
The same type of questions come up every year so this is the most effective way to revise for maths!
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-write notes or brainstorm
-take a look at the syllabus
-start doing past papers
-start studying ahead of the school (this will also help you to become more independent)
-ask your teachers if you need help early on in the year
I hope that helps and don't worry, if you work hard and stay focused, A*s will come your way!
I would like some tips on how to get A*s in the following subjects, I'm not saying Ia m definitely going to get all A*s just some tips on how to get some int eh following and how you would recommend revising for them, if you cant do them all just do the ones you can. Thanks!
French and English you need to concentrate on coursework if you're in Y10, as it's such a large part of the grade. I haven't done computer science, but I would guess that it's similar to either these or science?
That leaves Geography: past papers, and case study revision. Just be able to spout some stuff about how the Bullring in Birmingham has lead CBD development through XYZ, and how rainforest management in Malaysia has done whatever. That kinda thing.