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    I am in year 10 and had few class tests in science and scores were sixty .. sixty five percent .. should I be alarmed? I am losing heart pls help
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    If you didn’t revise to the standard that you would when it comes to your GCSEs then don’t be alarmed as you will hopefully try harder for them. However if you tried your hardest for these tests and you aren’t happy with C grades talk to your teachers, look up revision techniques and maybe look at tutoring or why you don’t fully understand.
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    (Original post by ajayma)
    If you didn’t revise to the standard that you would when it comes to your GCSEs then don’t be alarmed as you will hopefully try harder for them. However if you tried your hardest for these tests and you aren’t happy with C grades talk to your teachers, look up revision techniques and maybe look at tutoring or why you don’t fully understand.
    I missed basic maybe I need to read and revise more thanks for your reply
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    (Original post by Laboromniavincit)
    I missed basic maybe I need to read and revise more thanks for your reply
    We did the topics for only a month but I am so scared that maybe I will not improve
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    I am in year 10 and had few class tests in science and scores were sixty .. sixty five percent .. should I be alarmed? I am losing heart pls help
    Nope. Totally normally in the transition from KS3 to KS4.
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    (Original post by Laboromniavincit)
    I am in year 10 and had few class tests in science and scores were sixty .. sixty five percent .. should I be alarmed? I am losing heart pls help
    Depends what you're aiming for. If you're happy with a C or B (5 or 6), you're fine. But if you're looking at A* (8 or 9), you've got to put in the work. Look at where you went wrong and practice those kinds of questions. If they're mostly 1 or 2 mark questions, learn the official mark scheme answers. It's annoying, but they can be very pedantic about these so just learn the whole phrase.

    You shouldn't be alarmed, especially at this stage. I know people who got A*s who got less than 40% (sometimes even below 20...) in some of their class tests. You've got 19 months .
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    You give me hope ...Thanks..yes I am gonna put in more hard work.. realised it is not easy to get good score otherwise
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    I dont think that's too bad at the start of year 10 when you've just transitioned from KS3 to KS4. I recommend starting revision now, it doesnt need to be hours and hours of intense revision but just recapping topics from year 9 and going over content you've learn in previous weeks in lesson to make sure your keeping on top of your work. Revision is key and it really pays off.
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    Thanks to all of you people. There is nothing like feeling deflated and hopeless. I sure will take note of all your pointers
 
 
 

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