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    I am in year nine so next year will be the start of gcse years, does anyone have any tip for gcse or past experiences......thank you!
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    Hi,

    I have done my GCSEs and am currently doing my A-Levels. In my experience it is important to do lots of work during the two years and not leave the revision until the end. I did not revise as hard as I should have through the course, as a result I struggled at the end of the course and I had to put a lot of effort in to get good grades. After finishing each topic, it is important to go back through and make sure you understand everything, if you don't don't feel afraid to go and ask teachers for help. Try your hardest and revise hard for all tests that you have, no matter how small or unimportant they are, as they show you how well you understand the topic and what areas you need to work on.

    Good luck
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    Try to have fun whilst you're learning or revising. Get into good habits early. Be consistent.
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    thankyou!😀
 
 
 

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