So, in my exams I've been predicted A/A*s but as I've been ploughing through my chemistry and physics coursework, I have been told by my teacher that I'm working towards a B. I'm aiming to get an A or above and it's frustrating as I have no idea of how I can improve my coursework...
My question is:
What makes an A* piece of science coursework?
A* Science Coursework (OCR) Watch
- Thread Starter
- 08-04-2016 21:32
- 08-04-2016 21:36
Just try your best you will get far💞
- 08-04-2016 21:44
Try looking for past mark schemes online and ask your teacher for help as they know how to get the best result
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- 08-04-2016 22:13
By using the main keywords I think.
- 08-04-2016 23:03
Depends on the exam board - just look at the mark criteria and ensure you've done each part required for a certain mark