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    (Original post by kimberleyvena)
    Whats the best way to revise for year 11 practice exams?
    What subjects are you doing? I'd take them as if they were the real thing and use the results to see exactly where your weaknesses lie. You could also use these as an experiment to see how you Learn best as the best methods will work for you and get you a better grade

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    What subjects are you doing? I'd take them as if they were the real thing and use the results to see exactly where your weaknesses lie. You could also use these as an experiment to see how you Learn best as the best methods will work for you and get you a better grade

    Let me know if you need a hand
    Thanks that would be a huge help if you could, I am doing maths higher teir, english, science, history, ICT and spanish
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    (Original post by kimberleyvena)
    Whats the best way to revise for year 11 practice exams?
    My biggest bit of advice would be to prioritise! youre doing a lot of subjects and several topics so go over the things that you know you need to improve on first. THEN do other topics just to feel more confident Also, don't lose perspective - these tests only act as a guide for what you need to work on before the real gcses. It's not so much the grades you get that matter, but what you do after getting your results. good luck!
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    (Original post by kimberleyvena)
    Thanks that would be a huge help if you could, I am doing maths higher teir, english, science, history, ICT and spanish
    i say for maths and history do some practice papers to get a feel for how you're meant to answer them. Same with english aswell.

    how many seperate exams do u have for spanish (e.g reading,speaking etc)

    For science go over notes first and then go over practice papers.

    What exam board do u have for ICT?
 
 
 

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