Year 9-Year 10 (2017-2019)

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Hey so i am Callum, i am not sure if there is already a forum for this but i was just gonna ask for some advice for GCSES/Tips, i was also wondering if anyone knows any of the topic lists for any of these.

I am going to be doing,
-English Literature-AQA
-English Language-AQA
-Maths-Edexcel
-(Triple science)-Edexcel
-Philosphy and Belief
-Drama
-Geography(Edexcel B)
-History(Edexcel)
-French(AQA)
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For English Language and Literature: Watch Mr Bruff (It's a YouTube channel). He tells you how to answer each question for Language and goes over every text for English Literature, chapter by chapter, and in depth analysis. He also shares example answers from students and tells you what was good in the answer and what needs improvement. He also goes over both clusters of poems.

For maths, go on http://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/ or mathswatch. You can use mathswatch if your school has paid for your subscription. Mathswatch is better for videos but Mathsgenie has questions.
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(Original post by Doctor1234)
For English Language and Literature: Watch Mr Bruff (It's a YouTube channel). He tells you how to answer each question for Language and goes over every text for English Literature, chapter by chapter, and in depth analysis. He also shares example answers from students and tells you what was good in the answer and what needs improvement. He also goes over both clusters of poems.

For maths, go on http://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/ or mathswatch. You can use mathswatch if your school has paid for your subscription. Mathswatch is better for videos but Mathsgenie has questions.
thank you, my school has my maths but i will check it out
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Hey so i am Callum, i am not sure if there is already a forum for this but i was just gonna ask for some advice for GCSES/Tips, i was also wondering if anyone knows any of the topic lists for any of these.

I am going to be doing,
-English Literature-AQA
-English Language-AQA
-Maths-Edexcel
-(Triple science)-Edexcel
-Philosphy and Belief
-Drama
-Geography(Edexcel B)
-History(Edexcel)
-French(AQA)
If you search up the subject and the exam board then you should be able to find the specifications, which will tell you the topics (apart from for English literature in which your school will decide which books/poems/plays you are studying, out of options given by AQA).

My main tip is to make revision material from the start of year 10; revision notes, essay plans, flashcards etc. because it will save you so much time in year 11, giving you more time to do revision. Good luck!
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(Original post by itslibby)
If you search up the subject and the exam board then you should be able to find the specifications, which will tell you the topics (apart from for English literature in which your school will decide which books/poems/plays you are studying, out of options given by AQA).

My main tip is to make revision material from the start of year 10; revision notes, essay plans, flashcards etc. because it will save you so much time in year 11, giving you more time to do revision. Good luck!
Thank you i will
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