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    Well I'm Doing Ocr 21 Century Science Triple Award And I Think It's Really Easy And I Have To Do 6 Modular Exam Papers Next January Donna How I'm Going Get AN, A*.

    Need Help!!!!
    By The Way Which Is The Easiest Board Exams?
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    Huh? What does your first question mean?

    Exam board syllabuses don't differ too much.
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    You find it easy yet you don't think you'll get a A? doesn't make sense...

    All exam boards will be equal in terms of difficulty.
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    (Original post by ~Kirsty~)
    You find it easy yet you don't think you'll get a A? doesn't make sense...

    All exam boards will be equal in terms of difficulty.
    He said he dosen't think he's going to get an "A*" not an "A":rolleyes:
    But yeah lol, dosen't make sense!
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    lol - the post was edited - before it was A A*...
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    (Original post by ~Kirsty~)
    lol - the post was edited - before it was A A*...
    He might of meant 'a A*', but changed it to 'an' so people wouldn't get confused if that makes sense.

    I'm still confused though about your question lol.
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    I hope the exams are multiple choice because the english isn't very good - since when do you capitalise the fist letter of every word in a sentence. I'll try to translate - not perfect english...

    'I'm doing OCR 21st Century Science Triple Award and I think it's really easy. I have to do 6 modular exam papers next January. I don't know how I'm going to get a A*. I Need Help!!!! By the way which is the easiest board exams?'

    I assume then the original poster wants tips to passing the exams. I believe the best way to pass the exams is to revise plenty of time in advance (6-8 weeks) and practise past exam papers.

    The exam board question has already been addressed.
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    Honest advice?

    *Work hard throughout the year, so you grasp all the key concepts

    *Each evening have a qwick 5 minute review of the content you've learnt during that day

    *Don't stress about starting revision too early, I seem to cram the night before an exam and still do reasonabley well
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    although if you've time revise early.
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    (Original post by ~Kirsty~)
    although if you've time revise early.
    Of course! But, remember, you have plenty of time and there's no need to stress just organise yourself. It is important not to start too early thoe, because you'll simply crash an burn:rolleyes:
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    exactly. Somewhere inbetween..
 
 
 

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