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I've barely revised anything and i don't know whether i should bother. If i wanted to i could try and memorise some bits but the content is extremely boring. What should i do?
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I've barely revised anything and i don't know whether i should bother. If i wanted to i could try and memorise some bits but the content is extremely boring. What should i do?
Hmmm, I would suggest thinking about the bigger picture-what getting a 3 when you could have gotten 7 will mean in later life (ie A Levels). I would try and look at mark schemes and memorise a few versatile quotes. If it's boring try different mediums (videos, audio and just reading if need be). Definitely bother!!
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I've barely revised anything and i don't know whether i should bother. If i wanted to i could try and memorise some bits but the content is extremely boring. What should i do?
do you go to a school in east london?
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Hmmm, I would suggest thinking about the bigger picture-what getting a 3 when you could have gotten 7 will mean in later life (ie A Levels). I would try and look at mark schemes and memorise a few versatile quotes. If it's boring try different mediums (videos, audio and just reading if need be). Definitely bother!!
Do gcse mocks affect A levels significantly?
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do you go to a school in east london?
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i got an E in my RE mocks (worst grade in my life)
revised night before for gcse and got an A*
its not really that important of a subject prioritise maths and english
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Do gcse mocks affect A levels significantly?
No no, mainly your GCSEs themselves. I absolutely tanked my Year 10 mocks and got ABBBCC and have not done so well this year in Year 11, don't stress. I've still got content to cover!!It's just practice, RS is one of the "nicer" subjects, I would suggest just trying as much as you can in a few hours. I love RS, I left out about 6 questions in the actual exam and got an A because I answered the other questions so well (in my opinions...)
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No no, mainly your GCSEs themselves. I absolutely tanked my Year 10 mocks and got ABBBCC and have not done so well this year in Year 11, don't stress. I've still got content to cover!!It's just practice, RS is one of the "nicer" subjects, I would suggest just trying as much as you can in a few hours. I love RS, I left out about 6 questions in the actual exam and got an A because I answered the other questions so well (in my opinions...)
ohhh ok. i've lost hope for doing my best in these mocks but after they're done i'm planning to work harder than before for the real thing. i guess one of the main reasons why i haven't revised all this time for RS is because i don't know how to. All i have is a massive textbook and some classwork (but its not good enough for revision)
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i got an E in my RE mocks (worst grade in my life)
revised night before for gcse and got an A*
its not really that important of a subject prioritise maths and english
I guess i will prioritise my maths mock but i'll still do a little revision for RS.
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just memorise a few quotes as they're gonna ask for sources of wisdom and authority. what religion is the paper on?
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ohhh ok. i've lost hope for doing my best in these mocks but after they're done i'm planning to work harder than before for the real thing. i guess one of the main reasons why i haven't revised all this time for RS is because i don't know how to. All i have is a massive textbook and some classwork (but its not good enough for revision)
If you would like some help send me a PM I'd love to help you if I can!
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If you don’t want to revise maybe try just revising the quotes because they help a lot. When you do the exam on crime and punishment etc you can pretty much come up with arguments yourself just as long as you have the quotes to go with it. Definitely revise quotes !!!😂
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just memorise a few quotes as they're gonna ask for sources of wisdom and authority. what religion is the paper on?
Catholic Christianity and Judaism (but this paper is at the end of the week)
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Go to the aqa RE site. They released a second set of specimen papers and no one at my school seems to have noticed lol
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