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    Hi, Does anyone have any tips for studying for GCSEs in general? As I don't have a clue. I've got mocks and then my exams in May and June. please can anyone help?
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    Honestly, it is what makes you comfortable and helps you remember things. However, I like making and printing out PowerPoints with the notes I have gained. I use this as little flash cards with questions on a slide for me to quiz myself.
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    omg, that would work for me. thank you so much!
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    Happy I helped, good luck in your exams hope you do amazing
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    thank you, I hope so too?
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    (Original post by chloehayes16)
    Hi, Does anyone have any tips for studying for GCSEs in general? As I don't have a clue. I've got mocks and then my exams in May and June. please can anyone help?
    Stay calm, ask for help if you need it and break the studying up into topics/ sections and spread your revision out instead of leaving it until last minute.

    Try lots and lots of revision techniques to see what works for you: mindmaps, flash cards, post it notes around your house, getting family/ friends to test you, audio recording.

    Looking at past papers is really helpful. It helps you to see how much you are expected to do with in an exam and what has been asked before. Plus, people lose marks sometimes if they don't know what is being asked of them and don't read the question probably.

    Just have as much fun with it as possible
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    (Original post by SophhFrog)
    Stay calm, ask for help if you need it and break the studying up into topics/ sections and spread your revision out instead of leaving it until last minute.

    Try lots and lots of revision techniques to see what works for you: mindmaps, flash cards, post it notes around your house, getting family/ friends to test you, audio recording.

    Looking at past papers is really helpful. It helps you to see how much you are expected to do with in an exam and what has been asked before. Plus, people lose marks sometimes if they don't know what is being asked of them and don't read the question probably.

    Just have as much fun with it as possible
    Thank you so much 😊❤️
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    (Original post by chloehayes16)
    Thank you so much 😊❤️
    You're welcome. Hope I've helped 💕 You'll do amazingly I'm sure!
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