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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    Well here's mine
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    Lol jk, here's my real timetable
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    The first picture sums me up very well :laugh:
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    Mines pretty extensive but I'm so determined to get the grades I want. Also, I have to go to school a few days for coursework which is why school is on there & I have a third week off
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    I tried to cut down on the subjects I don't need to do that much revision on. I used Edexcel to create it then stretched it with word then converted it to a PDF.
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    I'll post mine l8er
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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    Well here's mine
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    Lol jk, here's my real timetable
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    Reminds me of the Grinch diary part from the film;



    (Original post by TheOtherSide.)
    I don't have a timetable :cry2:

    You know what, I'll make one today and post it here.

    I hope I do...
    Sameee

    Oh this isthe GCSE forum woops okay well I'll post it in AS somewhere.
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    (Original post by GCSEstudentt)
    I'll be waiting to see it
    (Original post by TheOtherSide.)
    Edit: I made the timetable! :woo: (homeland.lsw)

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    Those boxes are to tick off each hour I've done, and I've avoided actual times because I know I won't stick to those.
    I've edited it into my first post
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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    Reminds me of the Grinch diary part from the film;





    Sameee

    Oh this isthe GCSE forum woops okay well I'll post it in AS somewhere.
    I'm sure none of us GCSE students would mind learning a thing or two from someone as experienced as yourself (one year counts :yep:)
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    (Original post by GCSEstudentt)
    Sociology is one of the subjects that I hate but I tend to do well in :P all I do is print out these revision booklets, put them in a ring binder and go through everything. I highlight key things and try to focus on learning names of sociologists.

    https://www.tes.com/teaching-resourc...ooklet-6334743
    This user has these booklets for each module which is what I use.

    And to be honest after a while you realise that the different sociologists i.e. marxists feminists etc have the same view for each module. For example a marxist thinks the education system, the media, and the judiciary system favour the ruling class. Once you get a general gist of it its really easy to work it out. And the main thing for sociology is learning key words because you can use them in most questions to impress the examiner.

    As for languages, once you've completed the coursework it's all about learning new vocabulary, I recommend quizlet. And in your free time you can watch some TV shows in spanish and see if you understand anything, if not then put english subtittles on and learn new words Luckily for me my coursework is on A* because i tend to do really bad in the exams lol so these methods are my only hope right now.

    Sorry about how long this is but I hope it helped
    Thanks alot. Your advice was really helpful. But can the sociology notes apply to the ocr board? because im doing ocr.
    Wow thats amazing! Looking at your timetable I have a stong feeling that you'll definitely do well in your exams.
    And don't worry it wasn't long
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    Mines pretty extensive but I'm so determined to get the grades I want. Also, I have to go to school a few days for coursework which is why school is on there & I have a third week off
    What does FC, REV and CATCH mean?
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    (Original post by PrinceKian)
    What does FC, REV and CATCH mean?
    FC is flash cards because that's pretty much how I learn/revise
    REV is just general revision, youtube videos and posters and stuff
    CATCH is to catch up on all the lessons from the past few weeks that we've had supplies for in school and basically stuff in unit 3's of science which I haven't got a grasp of
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    (Original post by shohaib712)
    Thanks alot. Your advice was really helpful. But can the sociology notes apply to the ocr board? because im doing ocr.
    Wow thats amazing! Looking at your timetable I have a stong feeling that you'll definitely do well in your exams.
    And don't worry it wasn't long
    Thank you, and yes still do the same thing and learn key terms and sociologists that apply to your spec I've made a lot of flash cards which have been really useful too!
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    (Original post by TheOtherSide.)
    I've edited it into my first post

    Sorry i'm new here but see you're doing both french and german like me! what exam board?
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    Mine's pretty chill tbh lol
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    (Original post by ladybird29)
    Sorry i'm new here but see you're doing both french and german like me! what exam board?
    Edexcel, and you?
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    (Original post by TheOtherSide.)
    Edexcel, and you?
    ah AQA
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    (Original post by ladybird29)
    ah AQA
    Nice. I kind of wish I did AQA because I wouldn't be worrying about my writing controlled assessments that are coming up after the holidays :afraid:
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    You guys do writing in the exam, right? Or am I making things up?
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    (Original post by homeland.lsw)
    Well here's mine
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    Lol jk, here's my real timetable
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    hi there where or how did you create the timetable is there a link?
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    hi there where or how did you create the timetable is there a link?
    I just did it on word!
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    I just did it on word!
    cool thanks
 
 
 
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