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Not really. GCSEs are by far the easiest public examinations anyone will ever do. If someone decides to invest a a fair bit of time and effort into it, they can very easily get 20 A*s.
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your work ethic was much better than mine at GCSE, I see the 9s on the results sheet for you! I was the first year to do new spec Maths and English :rofl:

Me? I rolled around, procrastinated like hell, waffled my a** off in English Literature, and still got a 9, so if I can, anyone can, especially someone with passion!
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(Original post by RedGiant)
Not really. GCSEs are by far the easiest public examinations anyone will ever do. If someone decides to invest a a fair bit of time and effort into it, they can very easily get 20 A*s.
That cool - how much revision time would you recommend for me to start doing (excluding hw)
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your work ethic was much better than mine at GCSE, I see the 9s on the results sheet for you! I was the first year to do new spec Maths and English :rofl:

Me? I rolled around, procrastinated like hell, waffled my a** off in English Literature, and still got a 9, so if I can, anyone can, especially someone with passion!
can confirm me and my friend slept through englit and got 9s.

Good luck anyway, I hope you can keep up this work ethic!
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(Original post by AryanGh)
your work ethic was much better than mine at GCSE, I see the 9s on the results sheet for you! I was the first year to do new spec Maths and English :rofl:

Me? I rolled around, procrastinated like hell, waffled my a** off in English Literature, and still got a 9, so if I can, anyone can, especially someone with passion!
Aww thank you so much! and congrats on your amazing results but the thing is where a bit alike - my work ethic is good but I'm also a procrastinator ( like a major one) do you u have any tips on how I should stop procastinating?😂
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can confirm me and my friend slept through englit and got 9s.

Good luck anyway, I hope you can keep up this work ethic!
Lolll😂😂 I'll try!
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can confirm me and my friend slept through englit and got 9s.

Good luck anyway, I hope you can keep up this work ethic!
scurry along back to your textiles hwk little boy
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Aww thank you so much! and congrats on your amazing results but the thing is where a bit alike - my work ethic is good but I'm also a procrastinator ( like a major one) do you u have any tips on how I should stop procastinating?😂
Tips on how to stop procrastinating? i threw my phone away, like literally, when i'd start revising, i'd flamboyantly throw my phone away at the wall so i wouldn't look at it, ended up cracking the screen and breaking the phone : ^ )

don't buy moto g4


also i'm not the best person to go to when it comes to procrastination tips, i.e i have a maths test tomorrow i should be revising for :^)
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Can't wait to see your blog! I'm also in year 11 too
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Thank u!
What exam board are you doing for rs I'm doing aqa and struggling on how to structure my notes
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Not really. GCSEs are by far the easiest public examinations anyone will ever do. If someone decides to invest a a fair bit of time and effort into it, they can very easily get 20 A*s.
If someone decides to invest a fair bit of time and effort into any exam, they can nail it. What's your point?
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Hi :hello::five:

My names Hana and i'm taking part in the grow your grades competition 2017!!!

5 FACTS ABOUT ME ;-
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I'M A VERY AVERAGE PERSON BUT WITH UNAVERAGE DREAMS



1)I'd like to get 9's in all 10 of my GCSE'S- and i'll be daily blogging my journey in doing so!







2)I'm taking these GCSE'S:- English Language, English Lit,Science,Maths,R.S,History,Ar abic and Urdu (which i already sat in year 10!)






3)My favvvv colour is orange


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4)I love helping


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5) I want to be a doctor in the future


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so yeh that's just a brief back ground info about me and i can't wait to start daily blogging from tommorw from know
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P.S.S leave your acc names in the comments so I can make new friends to join me in this journey!!!
P.S.S.S -nah just kiddin


Hi! I am also doing my GCSE'S in 2018 and also aiming high. Fun Fact: I also want to do medicine (Hopefully). I already did my CRS GCSE and got an A* but how are y'all revising???? I always revise in the last minute but hey ho it helps me feel the pressure to do well
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(Original post by Hanaf)
Aww thank you so much! and congrats on your amazing results but the thing is where a bit alike - my work ethic is good but I'm also a procrastinator ( like a major one) do you u have any tips on how I should stop procastinating?😂
My tip for procrastinating is try to procrastinate efficiently, so rather than trying not the procrastinate, you should procrastinate by doing work in another subject e.g. one that you feel like working on and then just come back to what you were working on originally later on
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To stop procrastinating I would turn notifications off permanently for any social media. And revision for me is more effective in the morning so any important revision I do is before 12pm.
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If someone decides to invest a fair bit of time and effort into any exam, they can nail it. What's your point?
The point couldn't be more clear. It was that GCSEs are relatively the easiest public examinations that anyone will ever do. Sherlock.
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In maths and English I'm a six but for the rest I'm a grade 7/8/ 9.but I'd really like to get 9's overall anyway good luck for ur exams and have you taken your mocks yet??
honestly, I'm not sure whether this will be the case with your year as you will have more of an idea of where the grades are, but my school completely overestimated how hard the exams were going to be. I remember, in my last maths mock about a month before the real thing, I got a 7, and ended up with a 9 in the exams. So I wouldn't worry about where you are right now too much.
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Hey Hana,

Just wanted to let you know that you are not alone in this journey. I have been predicted all 9's and I feel confident that I can achieve the grades in these subjects:


English Literature, English Language, History, Geography, Computer Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics

I did the Math and Arabic GCSEs two years ago and achieved an A* in both.

If you ever need any help with revision and studying for your upcoming mocks, don't hesitate to inform me and I will try to help as much as possible.
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(Original post by AryanGh)
Tips on how to stop procrastinating? i threw my phone away, like literally, when i'd start revising, i'd flamboyantly throw my phone away at the wall so i wouldn't look at it, ended up cracking the screen and breaking the phone : ^ )

don't buy moto g4


also i'm not the best person to go to when it comes to procrastination tips, i.e i have a maths test tomorrow i should be revising for :^)
Ahahahah 😂😂 get revising now
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What exam board are you doing for rs I'm doing aqa and struggling on how to structure my notes
I'm doing ed excel but for your notes try different techniques for example do you like mind maps,notes or bullet pointing.also there's loads of utube vedios that I've been watching and they have tutorials on how to write notes so I hope that helps!
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Can't wait to see your blog! I'm also in year 11 too
Sending u a virtual high 5!!:five:
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