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    I've gotten A*s and As on them with little revision.

    What's the point of having them?
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    I've gotten A*s and As on them with little revision.

    What's the point of having them?
    it just reinforces your knowledge i suppose

    frankly I agree with you!
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    It breaks up the topics to see what you're best and worst at and it also lets the teacher see how well the class as a whole understands the topic. If they don't understand it very well, the teacher can then revisit this topic with the class to improve.




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    End of topic tests are useful if you revise and make notes. It means that for final exams you will have covered the subject a lot more and do better.
 
 
 
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