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    (Original post by nisha.sri)
    Lol if i was to do my exam in 2016 ( which i am in 7 weeks :/ ) which year should i do
    I made a timetable including all of the available past papers for each of the exams I'm sitting. Aim for about 4 past papers a week in total across your subjects, and make sure to write out stuff you get wrong, set answers come up time and time again especially in stuff like Biology and Chemistry. Learning their answers is the key to success in my view!! Past papers are a saviour!!

    Best of luck!

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    (Original post by b_e_a_t_a)
    I made a timetable including all of the available past papers for each of the exams I'm sitting. Aim for about 4 past papers a week in total across your subjects, and make sure to write out stuff you get wrong, set answers come up time and time again especially in stuff like Biology and Chemistry. Learning their answers is the key to success in my view!! Past papers are a saviour!!

    Best of luck!

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    Hey, I've written a blog outlining how I revise. I think it'll be really useful for a lot of people. Check it out and let me know what you think! Thanks

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    (Original post by nisha.sri)
    That is true and do examiners recycle questions ?
    where u find them guys??
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    (Original post by mayu123)
    where u find them guys??
    Find what?
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    (Original post by nisha.sri)
    Find what?
    examiner reader qs
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    (Original post by mayu123)
    examiner reader qs
    exam board I am sure it's on their but only the past years not the recent ones which is a shame
    but hope i helped haha
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    Lol u helped
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    um hide ur phone
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    (Original post by BethHudson)
    I've exhausted the available past papers for pretty much every gcse I'm doing, what else could I do other than things like MyMaths and Sam learning?
    Memrise is alright for some subjects!


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    anyone pls help me!! I can't revise science, I just really struggle and I hate it!! But I need a decent grade!

    Anybody got any advice or websites which are good? I'm doing GCSE additional foundation x


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    (Original post by freyyaa)
    Memrise is alright for some subjects!


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    I second that, Memrise is great if you want to revise vocab for many languages. You could even find the board you're doing (i'm doing WJEC French) and I'm leaning their vocab lists that they provide. If you can't find any vocab lists for your board on Memrise to learn, try and search it up.
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    (Original post by freyyaa)
    anyone pls help me!! I can't revise science, I just really struggle and I hate it!! But I need a decent grade!

    Anybody got any advice or websites which are good? I'm doing GCSE additional foundation x


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    I use MyGcseScience on youtube. His videos are really good!!
 
 
 
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