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    I keep getting 7s and I really want to get better, what tips does everyone have to move upto that 8 and 9?
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    (Original post by SuperApple123)
    I keep getting 7s and I really want to get better, what tips does everyone have to move upto that 8 and 9?
    No need to worry. You can pass with that.
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    That’s really good!! I would love to consistently get grade 7s. My advice is to watch your tube videos as they really help and make mind maps about any text your studying!!
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    If you're a 7 at this stage, that's a good sign. My advice is to ask your teacher how to improve, as he/she will know about the mark scheme for exams and can advice you based on that. Also, I suggest you go through the source material till you know it like the back of your own hand. I'm doing George Orwell's Animal Farm for one of my exams and I know the plot and characters off by heart, but I'm not so good with Arthur Conan Doyle's Sign of Four
    BBC Bitesize can also help.
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    7 at this stage is awesome!
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    (Original post by icelolly123)
    That’s really good!! I would love to consistently get grade 7s. My advice is to watch your tube videos as they really help and make mind maps about any text your studying!!
    Thx! Will do
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    (Original post by Awol Nerd)
    If you're a 7 at this stage, that's a good sign. My advice is to ask your teacher how to improve, as he/she will know about the mark scheme for exams and can advice you based on that. Also, I suggest you go through the source material till you know it like the back of your own hand. I'm doing George Orwell's Animal Farm for one of my exams and I know the plot and characters off by heart, but I'm not so good with Arthur Conan Doyle's Sign of Four
    BBC Bitesize can also help.
    I have been tryning but I'll try again and see what happens
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    (Original post by godhatessonny)
    No need to worry. You can pass with that.
    Thx
 
 
 
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