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    what are your favourite study tips and tricks that helped you accomplish your best GCSE grades and (only if you want to state) what results did they help you achieve.
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    I hear listening to the teacher during class it's a fairly efficient way of studying!
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    I hear listening to the teacher during class it's a fairly efficient way of studying!
    Lol I really wanna see who's behind this account

    Ur always making funny comments

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    Doings loads of maths question's got me an A when I was predicted a B and was in a low ability class.

    Least to say I went on to do Maths + Further Maths as two of my A-Levels.
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    what are your favourite study tips and tricks that helped you accomplish your best GCSE grades and (only if you want to state) what results did they help you achieve.
    I self-studied a lot of my GCSEs so I was always a fairly good month ahead of everyone else in my classes. I used (like a lot of people) CGP revision guides and past papers. That's really it.

    Helped me achieve 9A* 2A


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    Doings loads of maths question's got me an A when I was predicted a B and was in a low ability class.

    Least to say I went on to do Maths + Further Maths as two of my A-Levels.
    Thanks great advice !
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    I hear listening to the teacher during class it's a fairly efficient way of studying!
    Lmao
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    (Original post by GradeA*UnderA)
    I self-studied a lot of my GCSEs so I was always a fairly good month ahead of everyone else in my classes. I used (like a lot of people) CGP revision guides and past papers. That's really it.

    Helped me achieve 9A* 2A


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    wow thats amazing grades thanks for the advice !
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    PAST PAPERS, even if you think you haven't revised enough, they repeat themselves SO MUCH that you can basically revise using them and mark schemes (this is good because you first have to think of the answer yourself so you get an idea of how much you know, and it makes you use your brain! Which is exactly what you'll have to do in the exam hall!) if you feel you have a large gap in our knowledge then you have a better idea of what you need to make notes on too!

    In terms of actual reading though I used to make mind maps and find interesting ways of remembering information like pneumonics, and repeating things in my head, searching things that seemed interesting
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    PAST PAPERS, even if you think you haven't revised enough, they repeat themselves SO MUCH that you can basically revise using them and mark schemes (this is good because you first have to think of the answer yourself so you get an idea of how much you know, and it makes you use your brain! Which is exactly what you'll have to do in the exam hall!) if you feel you have a large gap in our knowledge then you have a better idea of what you need to make notes on too!

    In terms of actual reading though I used to make mind maps and find interesting ways of remembering information like pneumonics, and repeating things in my head, searching things that seemed interesting
    great advice thanks. have you already did all gcse's.
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    (Original post by lucy101010)
    great advice thanks. have you already did all gcse's.
    Yeah I did them last year, all a stars
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    Yeah I did them last year, all a stars
    OMG thats amazing
 
 
 
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