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I am due to sit my level 2 Latin exam this summer - has anyone had any experience of this that could give any tips? Also, does anybody have any revision techniques and know what I should focus on revising for this?
Do I need to revise endings and stuff much or should my main focus be vocabulary as the Level 2 practice papers I have done so far have mainly just required me to understand the vocab to be able to translate correctly. If anyone knows of some useful resources I'd be very grateful!
I am the only student sitting a Latin exam in my year because I don't attend a school that offers it as a proper GCSE for everybody, so I don't really understand much of what it is like!
Thanks
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Hi!
I am due to sit my level 2 Latin exam this summer - has anyone had any experience of this that could give any tips? Also, does anybody have any revision techniques and know what I should focus on revising for this?
Do I need to revise endings and stuff much or should my main focus be vocabulary as the Level 2 practice papers I have done so far have mainly just required me to understand the vocab to be able to translate correctly. If anyone knows of some useful resources I'd be very grateful!
I am the only student sitting a Latin exam in my year because I don't attend a school that offers it as a proper GCSE for everybody, so I don't really understand much of what it is like!
Thanks
http://www.cambridgescp.com/singles/....html?u2124.t#
just learn all this and you'll get at least 90% w/o grammar
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Hi!
I am due to sit my level 2 Latin exam this summer - has anyone had any experience of this that could give any tips? Also, does anybody have any revision techniques and know what I should focus on revising for this?
Do I need to revise endings and stuff much or should my main focus be vocabulary as the Level 2 practice papers I have done so far have mainly just required me to understand the vocab to be able to translate correctly. If anyone knows of some useful resources I'd be very grateful!
I am the only student sitting a Latin exam in my year because I don't attend a school that offers it as a proper GCSE for everybody, so I don't really understand much of what it is like!
Thanks
I'm in a similar situation, learnt the vocab and done past papers. Does anyone know where to find the specimen papers, or any helpful resources? Thanks.
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http://www.wjec.co.uk/qualifications...pastpaper=true

This is where I go to get past papers. If you can, do them all! I'm in the process of doing this at the moment and with each past paper I do my confidence grows a lot! Good luck for the exam!
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Feel free to PM me if you need any advice.
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Yes, vocab is very important because if you don't know your vocab how will you be able to translate anything. But if you are aiming for higher grades like A* it is also important to know grammar and endings so you are able to translate it accurately.
Good luck!
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Yes, vocab is very important because if you don't know your vocab how will you be able to translate anything. But if you are aiming for higher grades like A* it is also important to know grammar and endings so you are able to translate it accurately.
Good luck!
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What was the 2017 paper on? On the website there are quite a few and I want to practice the recent ones.
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