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    I want to ask how would I be able too organise everything in summer for year 11? I want too study in Summer, but I want too follow a plan and schedule. What would help me learn more and study in summer?

    To ensure great success, it would be a useful idea to study in the Summer. If youre doing additional science next year, I would buy the revisjon guide (CGP I used) and go through the first modules (B3 C3 AND P3). I wish I had done this. If youre sitting mathematics gcse exam, I would find out your exam boards specification, and go through the topics, step by step. This will mean youll feel confident in class as well as in future exams!

    - Make a schedule. Doesn't have to be specific (2hours Pythagoras)
    -Stick to it. You won't always be able to, but try your best.
    - Make notes in many formats. Reading is NOT revision. Write, speak and create posters, power points, diagrams to help remember things.
    -Know what you need to know. Check which exam board you are on for which subject, and know how the course is split up.
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