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    I want to increase my grades all up by at least 1. I do past papers, read revision guides and answer questions. What else should I do?
    My predicted grades are:
    Maths = A
    ICT = C
    Biology = A
    English = A
    Physics = B
    Spanish = A
    Chemistry = A*
    Art = A
    Religious Studies = B
    Business Studies = B
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    They're good grades, but to improve maybe you could increase how frequently you revise? And also you could concentrate on your lower graded subjects such as ICT and RE and BS. Also, try reading your revision guides right before you go to sleep as what you have read will be the first thing you remember when you wake up.
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    (Original post by hxfsxh)
    They're good grades, but to improve maybe you could increase how frequently you revise? And also you could concentrate on your lower graded subjects such as ICT and RE and BS. Also, try reading your revision guides right before you go to sleep as what you have read will be the first thing you remember when you wake up.
    Okay, thanks a lot.
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    Start revising early! You might think you'll burn out but if you do a little bit everyday until your exams, you'll be fine...i did that for my mocks and got 8 A*s, 2As
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    (Original post by Xoxmuffinxox)
    I want to increase my grades all up by at least 1. I do past papers, read revision guides and answer questions. What else should I do?
    My predicted grades are:
    Maths = A
    ICT = C
    Biology = A
    English = A
    Physics = B
    Spanish = A
    Chemistry = A*
    Art = A
    Religious Studies = B
    Business Studies = B
    keep doing what you are doing...
    make sure that you know all the content and do pastpapers under the exam conditions
    and make sure that you spend alot of time revising (not like before a month of your exam)
    and you will achieve good grade- well they are already good you can't get more than an A* in your chemistry though
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    Watch videos and make notes is useful for me. Also flashcards are great as you write them yourself, helping you remember stuff.
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