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    Edexcel GCSE Unit 1: The Theory of Physical Education

    How is everyone doing? If anybody needs help, feel free to post. Discuss anything related to the exam and share ideas in this thread.

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    60% Controlled Assessment
    40% Theory Paper

    Every year this paper seems to get progressively harder as it heads towards the new GCSEs.

    Good Luck in the test and in revision!
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    I'm finding that the resource that i purchased (mypeexam.org) has been really useful and i have some excellent notes from it. Now im just working through the workbook and will get to past papers soon.

    I'm worried about the wording of questions because i know they will try to catch us out but I guess we have to go through it.

    Anyone else got useful revision tips?

    Good luck.
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    (Original post by Ads.m)
    I'm finding that the resource that i purchased (mypeexam.org) has been really useful and i have some excellent notes from it. Now im just working through the workbook and will get to past papers soon.

    I'm worried about the wording of questions because i know they will try to catch us out but I guess we have to go through it.

    Anyone else got useful revision tips?

    Good luck.
    I find that learning mnemonics and acronyms are very helpful for the exam
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    I'm doing the PE theory on Friday, and I have to get an A at least, so does anyone have predictions, and revision tips?


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    I'm revising by going through past papers because they are the closest thing to what we will get on Friday. Good luck everyone!
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    Anyone wanting to make any predictions for this exam?
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    Hi, whats your practical mark? this is 60% of the GCSE. Other than that make sure you learn your 6 mark question structure, as this is where most people loose their marks (national average is 2/6).
    Also revise methods of training, and components of fitness (HRC and SFC) as they always come up. Check the Edexcel website for past papers and mark them
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    Maybe government initiatives and agencies
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    Any ideas on 6 markers?

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    Bad feeling there will be a lot related to cv and respiratory system
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    Does anyone know any really good free revision resources? I feel like the book is not good enough. Also, what do you guys think would equate to an A*?
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    (Original post by asd.987)
    Does anyone know any really good free revision resources? I feel like the book is not good enough. Also, what do you guys think would equate to an A*?
    67 plus is prob an A*, A is probably 58 ish, B is prob 49
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    Can any one help me with how the like 60% is calculated?? I got 32/40 in the practical stuff and 15/20, I know it's not very good out how to got the mark put together /50??????


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    (Original post by henry10910)
    67 plus is prob an A*, A is probably 58 ish, B is prob 49
    Do u know how the 60% is calculated??


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    (Original post by blueribbons99)
    Can any one help me with how the like 60% is calculated?? I got 32/40 in the practical stuff and 15/20, I know it's not very good out how to got the mark put together /50??????


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    your on a strong B, if u get around 45 on the exam (C) you will get a b overall. goodluck g
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    Any predicted topics?????????????????????????? ?????????????????????
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    (Original post by asd.987)
    Does anyone know any really good free revision resources? I feel like the book is not good enough. Also, what do you guys think would equate to an A*?
    website called www.eezipezi.co.uk
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    (Original post by henry10910)
    67 plus is prob an A*, A is probably 58 ish, B is prob 49
    I heard that if you get less than 45 in the practical, there is no chance of an A* overall.
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    (Original post by henry10910)
    your on a strong B, if u get around 45 on the exam (C) you will get a b overall. goodluck g
    Okay thank you do U know what my mark would be out of 50?


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    With an A* in both controlled assessments, what would i need in the theory exam for an A/B?
 
 
 

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