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    I need urgent help on perfect ways to study, i feel like running away from home...
    I know i can use hegartymaths for maths, mrbruff for english but what do i use to revise my urdu language GCSE?
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    Okay first and foremost don't run away from home- please don't.
    Secondly- its normal for parents to have high expectations they want what's best for you, work hard and do them proud.
    I did Urdu GCSE and got an A in the end even though I really wanted an A* but going through all past papers helped and seeing my weakness and working on that also helped too.
    All the best, study hard and do your parents proud
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    Tell him to get a grip and to stop pressuring you and just to be proud you've worked hard.

    Sorry but I hate people like that, if my parents were strict that way I'd tell them to do one (and because they're not it makes me do better, they want me to work hard and they're proud of that, so I get A*s, if they were just expecting me to get A*s to be proud of me I'd probably do worse)
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    first of all - beat your dad up

    second of all- fail all your exams
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    I didn't do Urdu GCSE, but I did Spanish and German GCSE and I now do Spanish and German at A2. I advise that you listen to music in Urdu, watch films in Urdu and also try to read children's books in Urdu. As someone already suggested, do all the past papers available on the internet and identify where you need to improve. Also there's a website called memrise.com that I used to learn GCSE vocabulary. There will definitely be general vocabulary on there for Urdu, even if it isn't specifically for your GCSE. Best of luck and just try your best! So long as your try your best, no one can ask anything more of you.
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    Thanks
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    Just use keycards they really help me to revise at the moment, most importantly, don't worry, i'm sure you'll do fine
 
 
 
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