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    So, i just joined, in year 11 atm. The subjects i chose are:
    maths
    english
    chemistry
    biology
    physics
    geography
    re
    resistant materials
    citizenship
    computing
    and further maths.

    I have questions however:
    1. Will the new 1-9 apply for the further maths level 2 aqa certificate i chose for gcse?

    2. Any predictions on how hard the paper will be considering we are the first years. (For maths and english)

    3. Considering we are the last years for the other subjects other than maths and english, how hard will the papers for the other subjects be? I really only care about the 3 sciences and geography.

    4. Any tips for re? Considering that i have to take re (compulsory as catholic school). In re, we are doing roman cathalolism ethics and mark's gospel.

    5. What are the best ways to study for the 3 sciences.

    Sorry if this is a lot of questions, but recently these have been running around in my mind and i wish to gain the answers to it.
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    (Original post by ePret)
    So, i just joined, in year 11 atm. The subjects i chose are:
    maths
    english
    chemistry
    biology
    physics
    geography
    re
    resistant materials
    citizenship
    computing
    and further maths.

    I have questions however:
    1. Will the new 1-9 apply for the further maths level 2 aqa certificate i chose for gcse?

    2. Any predictions on how hard the paper will be considering we are the first years. (For maths and english)

    3. Considering we are the last years for the other subjects other than maths and english, how hard will the papers for the other subjects be? I really only care about the 3 sciences and geography.

    4. Any tips for re? Considering that i have to take re (compulsory as catholic school). In re, we are doing roman cathalolism ethics and mark's gospel.

    5. What are the best ways to study for the 3 sciences.

    Sorry if this is a lot of questions, but recently these have been running around in my mind and i wish to gain the answers to it.
    1. No.
    2. We don't know, however you can look at the SAM/specimen for your respective exam board.
    3. Again, we can't really say.
    The other two are subjective, and really depends on how you learn. What exam board are you on for RS?
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    Rs as in religious studies, aqa
 
 
 
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