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    Hi,
    im doing crime and punishment for my gcse exam, and to be honest, i really need help. i dont even know where to start revising.
    please someone help me
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    (Original post by smartboy1331)
    Hi,
    im doing crime and punishment for my gcse exam, and to be honest, i really need help. i dont even know where to start revising.
    please someone help me
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    thanks for the quick reply.
    im currently making notes using this:
    https://qualifications.pearson.com/c..._5_for_WEB.pdf
    and my text book..but it all seems confusing.
    the way the past papers looks and everything seem to confuse me.
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    (Original post by smartboy1331)
    Hi,
    im doing crime and punishment for my gcse exam, and to be honest, i really need help. i dont even know where to start revising.
    please someone help me
    As it goes for GCSE, your text book should have all of the information you need to boss the exam. How I always used to revise was to make detailed notes from the books; in a sense, write your own little study guide! Extract all of the key points from each chapter and write them down concisely. Once you've finished, have a good read through it, and then shrink that set of notes down into an even smaller set! For my GCSEs, I got to the point where I had the entire book shrunk down into three pages. The morning before the exam, have a good read through those pages and it should all come back to you!
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    (Original post by smartboy1331)
    Hi,
    im doing crime and punishment for my gcse exam, and to be honest, i really need help. i dont even know where to start revising.
    please someone help me
    Hey I got an A* for this exam and full marks for the 16 (technically 20) marker!

    Basically you need to make notes and study from them. The exam board textbook is very good.
 
 
 
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