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    Gcse french mocks in about a week or so, havent revised how should I revise for them, and is gcse french reading and listening hard? Also could someone please tell me the total ums marks, I think it's 300 , and how much is a star.

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    Gcse french mocks in about a week or so, havent revised how should I revise for them, and is gcse french reading and listening hard? Also could someone please tell me the total ums marks, I think it's 300 , and how much is a star.

    thanks,
    I would advise just doing some listening and reading past papers for french. Remember you don't have to understand everything word for word, you just need to grasp some of the key words to get the overall gist of what's being said. Other things like listening to french radio or tv is also great for widening your vocabulary

    For the UMS marks just search for the UMS grade boundaries for your exam board's French exams. Good luck, I'm sure you'll do well.
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    Gcse french mocks in about a week or so, havent revised how should I revise for them, and is gcse french reading and listening hard? Also could someone please tell me the total ums marks, I think it's 300 , and how much is a star.

    thanks,
    Hi there! Honestly the best way to revise for french is by listening to french, and reading french. For the listening, just do lots of practice papers, and switch on the french radio. If you know anyone french try to speak to them in french too! For reading, all I can say is do LOTS of practise papers. Every year similar things turn up so be prepared 👍 French grade boundaries aren't too high either... If you work hard you will achieve an A no bother! Good luck
 
 
 
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