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[li]Subject specific questions should be posted in subject specific forums. Subject specialists generally hang around in their area rather than the GCSE forum, so posting in the subject specific forums is likely to bring you a much more detailed, accurate answer. Only questions about GCSEs or exams in general should be posted in the GCSE section.
Enclosed in the spoiler is a collection of links which lead to key subject areas you may wish to ask questions in:[/li]
[li]Make your title clear. If it is clear what topic within the subject your question is on then it is more likely someone who can answer your question will click on your thread.[/li]
[li]Be specific in your question, including stating how far you have got in the question if relevant. Attach the question if possible (correctly rotated please!)[/li]
[li]If you're posting about revision, this revision forum can be used. [/li]
[li]Revision blogs should be made in the GYG forum.[/li]
[li]When answering, quote or tag in the person you are replying to. This gives them a notification so they know you've responded to them and links them straight to your post to read [/li]
[li]Try to use simple terminology, unless the question requires more complex terminology. This makes it more likely the user will understand any explanation without your having to explain any further [/li]
And of course keep to the community guidelines in all posts!