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    What is your prediction? What do you think will be the outcome of the experiment?
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    Yh
    And I don't know what u have written under spoiler

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    Can you help me with revising for the isa
    Thanks for the method you have given i have made a note of it and I am using it for my isa
    Can u please help me get an a*
    Please I really need this kick start
    List the techniques that you used to revise for the isa
    And what I am struggling most wih I'm the case study questio s especially the 4th case study
    Any revision tips

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    (Original post by Raji2001)
    Can someone write me a* frenh paragraphs of the following questions
    1) what is your flat like?
    2)what is your opinion about your local area?
    3)what is the advantage of your town?
    4)what will you like in your ideal town?
    5)what did you do last week in your town?
    I will have to show it to .you teacher to.orrow so can someone help me fast please
    Thanks in advance

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    Raji2001 - I understand you need help but you can't keep asking people to do your work for you. If you don't know enough French to get you an A* then it would be unfair for someone to give you a piece they'd written as it wouldn't be a true reflection of your ability. If you are struggling, you should speak to your teacher
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    Sorry
    It wasn't that I have a french controlled assessment today and my teacher never gives me an a* regardless of how hard I try so I thought this will help
    This is not exactly homework


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    Does the gradient of a river increase or decrease as we move downstream?


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    (Original post by MelS1)
    Does the gradient of a river increase or decrease as we move downstream?


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    The gradient decreases
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    (Original post by brainzistheword)
    Raji2001 - I understand you need help but you can't keep asking people to do your work for you. If you don't know enough French to get you an A* then it would be unfair for someone to give you a piece they'd written as it wouldn't be a true reflection of your ability. If you are struggling, you should speak to your teacher
    PRSOM. Exactly what I was thinking - if you can't produce an A* piece of work on your own then you're not an A* student
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    (Original post by Raji2001)
    Sorry
    It wasn't that I have a french controlled assessment today and my teacher never gives me an a* regardless of how hard I try so I thought this will help
    This is not exactly homework


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    Even if it's not homework, coursework is even worse as that could seriously jeopardise your marks. There must be a reason why your teacher doesn't give you an A*. Perhaps it would be worth asking them
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    (Original post by brainzistheword)
    Even if it's not homework, coursework is even worse as that could seriously jeopardise your marks. There must be a reason why your teacher doesn't give you an A*. Perhaps it would be worth asking them
    Yes I agree there must be a reason. I asked my teachers and they basically told me it was timing and i needed to practice my timing
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    (Original post by hodobikar)
    Yes I agree there must be a reason. I asked my teachers and they basically told me it was timing and i needed to practice my timing
    Thank you I just don't think it is right for people to ask others for so much help that it isn't a true representation. Work needs to reflect your ability.

    Which language did you do?
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    Thanks for the tip
    I will do so


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    (Original post by brainzistheword)
    Thank you I just don't think it is right for people to ask others for so much help that it isn't a true representation. Work needs to reflect your ability.

    Which language did you do?
    I did french and btw good luck on your exams
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    (Original post by hodobikar)
    I did french and btw good luck on your exams
    Ah I could never master French, I took German instead

    Thanks, I've already done the exams which I created this thread for, and I've started a new one for this upcoming year
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    (Original post by brainzistheword)
    Ah I could never master French, I took German instead

    Thanks, I've already done the exams which I created this thread for, and I've started a new one for this upcoming year
    What's the new thread called? I'd love to tag along again
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    (Original post by Littleone2000)
    What's the new thread called? I'd love to tag along again
    It's called 'Indecisive decisions - getting my a levels'

    I'd love for you to tag along
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    (Original post by brainzistheword)
    Ah I could never master French, I took German instead

    Thanks, I've already done the exams which I created this thread for, and I've started a new one for this upcoming year
    ahh you've already done your exams. Well I'm envious of you for finishing them and also for studying German. I feel like Germans speak so aggresively i love it (weird Iknow).
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    (Original post by hodobikar)
    ahh you've already done your exams. Well I'm envious of you for finishing them and also for studying German. I feel like Germans speak so aggresively i love it (weird Iknow).
    I have indeed, and I know the ones that have reformed are much harder (my brother is doing them too).

    Yeah I think that too - it doesn't seem to flow the way French or Spanish does, but I love it all the same

    Good luck with your exams and let me know if you needany help
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    (Original post by brainzistheword)
    I have indeed, and I know the ones that have reformed are much harder (my brother is doing them too).

    Yeah I think that too - it doesn't seem to flow the way French or Spanish does, but I love it all the same

    Good luck with your exams and let me know if you needany help
    thank youu!!
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    (Original post by hodobikar)
    thank youu!!
    No problem, if you want to (but you don't have to of course) you can follow my new thread http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4233122 because this one was for GCSEs

    It would be nice to stay in touch
 
 
 
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