Tips to get a* in german gcseWatch
Also for just a random tip, listening and singing along to german songs are very helpful for random words. Read the lyrics, translate words you don't know and then start singing the songs and you'll remember those words so much easier. (Songs also help with other parts of german as well like pronunciation, grammar, and learning phrases you probably wouldn't have known otherwise)
Listen to German songs and German radio too to help get used to the accent, although I admittedly didn't find the accent to be a huge problem with listening.
If there's a word which you know you'll use a lot, type it in on google translate. You can hear how it's meant to be pronounced.
That plus many many past papers resulted in an A* in French for me.
HI I'm going into year 11 in September and I really want a grade 8/9 for German gcse (A*/A**) so are there any secret tips on how you learnt vocabulary as I was supposed to do that in summer holiday but I only learnt less than 30 vocabulary because summer flew by. - Thank you