I'm studying... English Literature, English Language ,Maths ,Triple Science, Computer Science, Psychology, French and Geography.
I'm interested in... Medicine and anatomy, basically i love science in general. Currently im having trouble revising for French .In year 9 i used to get top marks but for year 10 I've fallen down .I got a 4 for the first exam then a 5 for the next ( a low B) My predicted grades for french are 8/9 and I know capable of it .Im just having trouble revising for it .So any tips would be nice. For my latest exams/tests i got Biology -9 Chemistry -9 Physics - 7 Computer science -7 geography - 6 (one mark away from a 7, it was so sad ;() French -5 English Lit - 7 Psychology - A* (we don't do numbers for that) Maths -8 . Any help raising those 7's to an 8 would be really helpful and i would really appreciate it .
My study level is... GCSE
Hello, my name is hoshi10! Watch
- Thread Starter
- 16-01-2017 08:42
- 20-01-2017 06:03
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