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    HEYALL

    In the summer, like many other year 11s, I'll be taking my GCSEs (well, iGCSEs but whatever) and I'm hoping to do as well as possible, and that this blog might help me track my progress and maybe help others, since we're all in the same kinda boat :yy:
    Any questions, tips or anything just reply or PM me if you like

    GCSEs I took early:
    • MathsuuuA*
    • SpanishiiiiA*
    Mock Results and Predictions:
    • Chemistry 67%yyyyyAuuA*
    • Biology 73% yyyyyyyAuuA*
    • Physics 83% uuuyyii A*iiiA*
    • French 88% s*ymmii A*iiiA*
    • Chinese 65%eyeiiyyyBuuA (but teacher expects me to get A* idk y lol)
    • History 73% yyyyyiiiiiiAuuA*
    • Drama 91% m[diiiiiii i A*iiiA*
    • FSMQ 88%yyyyyyyyiiAuuA (top grade you can get in Add Maths)
    • English Lit 80%yyyyyiAuuA*
    • English Lang 78%%iiiAuuA*
    So as you may notice I need to work on Chinese most, otherwise with enough revision I'm hoping I'll do as well as everyone seems to think I will

    ~HEREGOES~
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    currently writing out Chinese verbs, then I'm going to go over every topic area and for each one have;
    • 5 verbs that relate to the topic
    • 5 specific words for specific vocabulary
    • 5 sentences for every verb including the vocab and more (if possible)
    • at least 2 extended sentences with complex structures
    This is really helpful for oral practice, but if you write the characters as well as pinyin it's good for writing / reading too

    EDIT: here we have the verbs (+some composite verbs which I gave up writing out because I know most of them already and I Thought doing sentences or looking at topic specific vocal would be more productive )
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    Good luck Milz :grin:
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    Today I plan on going through looaaddss of Chinese sentence patterns and also possibly doing some English coursework, which is due Monday :yy:
    Basically continuation of the Chinese revision I outlined in the last post

    so also for oral help here's some notes I've written, including time expressions and weird diagrams for 'health and fitness' vocab (idk why I did this I felt like doodling hahaha)
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    Good luck ok and don't worry about Chinese
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    加油
    ( that's what the Chinese say as a form of encouragement)
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    You'll go very far Milz
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    :borat: I love the style of your notes
    Nice mock grades and predictions as well - good luck: :rave::rave:
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    I will make sure you don't procrastinate with Pinturillo too much

    But best of luck, friend
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    goodluck milzzzz
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    Morning! ( may or may not have just awoken...) Today I'm going to try and totally do and finish some things!
    • Personal Statement (for the 6th form I'm applying to)
    • Write a long list of possible work experience / part time jobs I could do in summer, with Emails websites and telephone numbers ready to contact
    • Not get sidetracked by Netflix.... or my guitar......
    • Go through Chinese sentence pattern booklet (all the way from the front to the back...!) writing out the most useful ones in pinyin
    • English coursework final draft :yy:
    So those are things I 1000% want complete do today, there are other things, but if I do them I'll post 'em as a surprise

    mmsome things I did yesterday...
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