Can I still get all a's If I've only revised for maths and the sciences?

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Anyhoo122
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I have good breaks in between my exams like five six days in between. Also for my controlled assessments I did quite. Spanish I got 2 really high a's for my oral and 2 really high a*'s, combined its worth 60%. Eng land my controlled assessment is also worth 60% and I was one mark off an a*. Eng lit I got full marks in the ca, it's worth 25%. For the sciences each ca is worth 25% for biology I got an a, for physics I got a b ( my teacher said I can still get an a*) and one mark off an a* in chemistry. I'm really worried about my re exam though ( on Monday) in my mock I got a c. I know everyone says its so easy but I really really hate re. I think history is really hard also. How much did you revise for your gcse's and what did you get?
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The only thing I can recommend is just cramming from now til the exam. GCSE examiners mark fairly nicely so if you know all the content on the specification for your subjects, you cant really go that wrong. youll just have to work really hard
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definitely, you will bang out a or a* for Spanish cos the exams are so easy, English you'll be fine, for history you need toknw the dates and read your textbook. im ****ting myself for RE too
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You should re write your notes in your own words over and over again until they sink in your head and that way you will understand better than memorising a whole chunk of information.
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(Original post by boomz99)
definitely, you will bang out a or a* for Spanish cos the exams are so easy, English you'll be fine, for history you need toknw the dates and read your textbook. im ****ting myself for RE too
I am worried about my RE too. Got one on monday and one on wednesday. And Im worried about my IT and French exams.
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Depends on your academic ability. You seem to have done good in the majority of your subjects, so if you revise really hard I'm sure you can scrape an A...
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For me I hardly revised, it was always a hard thing to do while doing my GCSEs. My results were: PE D*; English lit A*; French A*; English lang A; Textiles A; RE B; History B; Core Science B; Maths B; Additional Science C; IGCSE English lang C; IT P; AS Critical Thinking C. So not all As like you want, but it is possible to get good grades without revising much. I'm sure if you do some last minute revision before each exam you'll be likely to get all As or very close to all As.
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I still need to revise fore RE, IT, and french. Is it possible for me to still get and A in these subjects when they're all next week.
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(Original post by 4nonymous)
I still need to revise fore RE, IT, and french. Is it possible for me to still get and A in these subjects when they're all next week.
I think so. Prioritize the topics you find hardest. Good luck
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wrong thread whoops
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I think so. Prioritize the topics you find hardest. Good luck
Thanks :gthumb:
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Nobody cares bout History..
I'll probably fail it cos' I hate it
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