What gcse did u get Watch
- 17-02-2016 11:50
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- 17-02-2016 11:52
2. I didn't, I had left school.
3. I didn't, I had left school.
(Original post by Dinasaurus)
- 17-02-2016 11:53
The hardest for me was Physics, but I had a rare situation of having a realllly bad teacher (I know everyone says that but he was a special case) and I guess you're not doing Physics.
Chemistry is the biggest step-up considering it was my best GCSE and now I'm struggling, there's just so much more content. So many more processes and I was pretty bad at doing practicals.
Maths is hard too but I kinda knew what I was getting myself into considering it was one of my worst GCSEs, I originally didn't even choose maths but I chose it because the subject I originally chose got cancelled. The hard stuff in GCSE is equivalent to the basic steps in answering a 1 marker in A level. If you're like 'Maths' minded then Maths shouldn't be too hard.
Thanks for the insight and good luck with your a levels
- 17-02-2016 11:57
- 17-02-2016 11:59
6A*s - Maths, Phys, Chem, Bio, PD, Geog
4As - English Lit / Lang, RP, French
1B - Art (that little ****er)
no revision was done.
- 17-02-2016 12:02
3 A's, 5 B's, 3 C's.
I didn't work hard enough or was serious with my schoolwork at this stage. Looking back I know I was capable of much better grades.
My advice would be to start revision early if possible, and do plenty of past papers or even just re-do small tests you've done over the year, they can really help.
- 17-02-2016 12:02
ICT BTEC 1st Diploma Distinction (4 A’s), English Language B, Literature C, Maths D, History B, Science B, Media Studies B
For the majority of them I just constantly did past paper questions mainly for English and Maths. For the rest of them I just constantly went over content, which is probably why I didn’t do as well as I would have liked to. I started revising in February
- 17-02-2016 12:15
Was a while ago, but I managed; Maths, Chem, Biology, Art, History, French, Food Tech grade A*, English Literature, English Language, RE and Physics grade A. I also did core science in y9 and got an A.
I started revising in February/March time.
Technique wise, I read through my text books, made notes of any 'processes' and had discussions about certain topics with classmates. My teachers also gave me a ton of past papers/markschemes to work through. Reading aloud also helped me to take in more of the info rather than just skimming the text book.
- 17-02-2016 14:45
- 17-02-2016 19:12
6 A*s-English Lit,Psychology,History, RE, Latin Literature and Latin Language(counts as 2 seperate GCSEs)
5 As-Bio,chem,phys,maths,english lang
1 B-further Maths
1 C- ICT (did it in year 9 and im still pissed till this day)