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    Any tips for GCSE physics? Thanks all, Im struggling a bit
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    Past papers is key I can’t emphasis how important past papers are in GCSE. Try do any multiple choice papers you see infront of you.By, April you’d have done enough for you to master GCSE physics. Good luck
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    Past papers, go to revision sessions as boring as they may be, and have a look at the actual specification for your board, they tend to have the basic information in a (mostly) easy way to understand.
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    (Original post by Salma Abbas)
    Past papers is key I can’t emphasis how important past papers are in GCSE. Try do any multiple choice papers you see infront of you.By, April you’d have done enough for you to master GCSE physics. Good luck
    Thanks for you help - where do I get the multiple choice papers, can yourecommeed any? Thanks again
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    (Original post by keirajones2467)
    Past papers, go to revision sessions as boring as they may be, and have a look at the actual specification for your board, they tend to have the basic information in a (mostly) easy way to understand.
    Brilliant thank you - just trying to crack my mocks so no revision sessions just yet, but I will go for the actual GCSE
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    Yes you can go to xtremepapers.com or Egyptianstudentroom.com which is more organised (but it’s only for Edexcel and CIE)
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    Yes there is Xtremepapers.com they also have some good revision notes if you dig deep in their threads and there is Egyptianstudentroom.com which is more organised but its only for CIE and Edexcel. There’s also Znotes which have the BEST revision notes for GCSE!
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    If you are struggling with a certain topic and can't grasp it, ask your teacher for help after school. Do it soon, don't let the confusion keep building up till exam season. Try not to just memorise. Understand the information. Plus do many questions on it after to secure the fact you understand the topic so that later you won't have to relearn it.

    Good luck.
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    Don’t do past papers until the run up to the exam. I made good revision notes in bullet point form that were clear and asked my teacher about anything I wasn’t sure about. I did this and I got an A* in my summer exam.
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    (Original post by upbeat4)
    Don’t do past papers until the run up to the exam. I made good revision notes in bullet point form that were clear and asked my teacher about anything I wasn’t sure about. I did this and I got an A* in my summer exam.
    Thankyou thats really helpful
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    (Original post by upbeat4)
    Don’t do past papers until the run up to the exam. I made good revision notes in bullet point form that were clear and asked my teacher about anything I wasn’t sure about. I did this and I got an A* in my summer exam.
    Thankyou for that , i was having a panic
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    (Original post by hellomellow)
    If you are struggling with a certain topic and can't grasp it, ask your teacher for help after school. Do it soon, don't let the confusion keep building up till exam season. Try not to just memorise. Understand the information. Plus do many questions on it after to secure the fact you understand the topic so that later you won't have to relearn it.

    Good luck.
    Thankyou very much for that - makes sense too.
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    (Original post by Salma Abbas)
    Yes there is Xtremepapers.com they also have some good revision notes if you dig deep in their threads and there is Egyptianstudentroom.com which is more organised but its only for CIE and Edexcel. There’s also Znotes which have the BEST revision notes for GCSE!
    Thanks again, that s a great help
 
 
 
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