Tips for AQA GCSE French Reading/Listening?

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So i'm having my French GCSE Reading and Listening exam on May/June. I've thought of one idea to revise, and that could be by revising vocab on Vocabexpress? Does anyone consider that a good idea? Whereby i learn the French Vocab and translate them in English by practising. Should i try practise translating the English Vocab to French? Oh, but that wouldn't be necessary since you would just need to answer in English in the Reading paper right? Anyone know, and tell me if you think this is a good idea (if you have Vocabexpress that is).

And also list down your revision tips for GCSE French
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Im in the same situation as you, however i have never heard of vocabexpress. I use Memrise, which is fantastic!
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(Original post by Schu98)
Hi all,

So i'm having my French GCSE Reading and Listening exam on May/June. I've thought of one idea to revise, and that could be by revising vocab on Vocabexpress? Does anyone consider that a good idea? Whereby i learn the French Vocab and translate them in English by practising. Should i try practise translating the English Vocab to French? Oh, but that wouldn't be necessary since you would just need to answer in English in the Reading paper right? Anyone know, and tell me if you think this is a good idea (if you have Vocabexpress that is).

And also list down your revision tips for GCSE French
Learn all of the specified vocab and there's almost no chance of getting less than an A

Here is a link to the vocab


Also, do past papers and if you find any more vocab, add it on.

Good luck.
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(Original post by Schu98)
Thanks a bunch, but if i am entered for the higher tier exam, should i just learn all the higher tier vocab, or should i also learn the foundation?
Learn both If there are some Foundation words in the Higher tier then obviously don't learn it twice over, though
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