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    I've only done OCR and iGCSE (CIE) and found iGCSE much easier, what do you need help on? I do English at A Level
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    Which exam board would you say is the easiest?
    I had to retake my GCSE English and the last attempt I took the iGCSE on the Edexcel board (I think it was, can't remember now) the iGCSE was easy as I took a self-study course and never had to do coursework for it


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    I had to retake my GCSE English and the last attempt I took the iGCSE on the Edexcel board (I think it was, can't remember now) the iGCSE was easy as I took a self-study course and never had to do coursework for it


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    i resat aqa english but i need a B, so close damn coursework.

    i looked online and found soo many edexcel courses, IGCSE too. so I think i might take your advice! thanks

    if i do end up taking edexcel, could I message you so you could give me advice since I've never done edexcel
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    (Original post by sfaraj)
    i resat aqa english but i need a B, so close damn coursework.

    i looked online and found soo many edexcel courses, IGCSE too. so I think i might take your advice! thanks

    if i do end up taking edexcel, could I message you so you could give me advice since I've never done edexcel
    Aw bless, when I did AQA English, I kept getting D's as an overall grade :/ my coursework was absolutely fine (it was a C grade for my coursework) but was just the exam that got me -.- lol

    You're welcome it is doable to get a B on the iGCSE (I managed to get a B on the iGCSE) so I'm sure you'd get a B or above

    Yeah that's fine


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    Im going to take the igcse edexcel A and I plan on self teaching myself, do you have any tips to achieve an A* or A? Bearing in mind im self teaching this to myself and my school has only done AQA.

    do you have any resources?
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    (Original post by sfaraj)
    ohhello92x Rhythmical

    Im going to take the igcse edexcel A and I plan on self teaching myself, do you have any tips to achieve an A* or A? Bearing in mind im self teaching this to myself and my school has only done AQA.

    do you have any resources?
    Hey I found this which may be of use https://qualifications.pearson.com/c...-2-for-web.pdf which is the spec for your course,

    and this link here has all the resources needed for revision https://qualifications.pearson.com/c...Exam-materials
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    (Original post by sfaraj)
    ohhello92x Rhythmical

    Im going to take the igcse edexcel A and I plan on self teaching myself, do you have any tips to achieve an A* or A? Bearing in mind im self teaching this to myself and my school has only done AQA.

    do you have any resources?
    Hey

    The only resource that I only really used was past papers
 
 
 
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