What tips would you have for a year 10 student that's aiming for all A's and A*'S?
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- Thread Starter
- 15-10-2017 21:37
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- 16-10-2017 16:53
I think the most important thing you can do to get off to a good start is stay focused throughout the year. You could do this by making some light notes at the end of the week, or even by doing simple things such as keeping up with your homework. By starting off by doing little things, you'll get into the habit of revising but not in a way that you will struggle to maintain throughout the year.
For essay based subjects, ensure you have the essay technique down, perhaps create a template that you could use to apply to different topics or subjects. It actually really helps to follow a kind of "formulaic" approach to essays. Keep up with any reading you need to do.
For sciences and maths, focus on understanding the content, and practice. By practicing questions, you'll get used to what sort of things examiners are looking for, what the best way to answer questions is etc.
Manage your time and try your best to enjoy yourself and give yourself a break too!Last edited by Changing Skies; 16-10-2017 at 16:53. Reason: TDA Post Edit