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^ That's what all the teachers keep saying, we still haven't finished all the content though :/

I still haven't finished my notes for everything ://

What stage is everyone else at?
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Same:
GCSE Content:
Geography: finished
History: finishing next week
Maths: finishing soon probs early April
German: finish
R.E: finishing soon probs early April
Biology: finished
Physics: finishing soon probs early April
Chemistry: finishing soon probs early April
English: finished

Notes not finished.
haven't started for english, physics and biology
well underway for re, maths, chemistry, history, geography
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(Original post by NickMbugua)
Same:
GCSE Content:
Geography: finished
History: finishing next week
Maths: finishing soon probs early April
German: finish
R.E: finishing soon probs early April
Biology: finished
Physics: finishing soon probs early April
Chemistry: finishing soon probs early April
English: finished

Notes not finished.
haven't started for english, physics and biology
well underway for re, maths, chemistry, history, geography

Are you revising for those required practicals too? because I have no idea how im going to remember all those in my pea size brain
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I've not finished content in:
French
German
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
Business
RS

And for some, especially languages, we still have a while yet to go. And my first exam is my French speaking so that's a daunting thought.
But teachers saying like this REALLY ISN'T HELPING lmfao
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I've not finished content in:
(Original post by inoubliable)
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French

German
Biology
Chemistry
Physics
Business
RS

And for some, especially languages, we still have a while yet to go. And my first exam is my French speaking so that's a daunting thought.
But teachers saying like this REALLY ISN'T HELPING lmfao
French-speaking in April for me :afraid:
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My teachers are having a laugh.

I've practically finished English (only one poem left to cover), but I've still got quite a bit left in Maths and a tiny bit in Physics
but absolutely LOADS left in Chemistry and Biology, which I'm going to have to teach myself. History and RS are nearly there but in music I've got 2 set works left.

The amount of content left when the exams are so close is really worrying me - anyone else in the same boat?

For example, in Biology, we've only just started topic 6!! In Chemistry many random lessons such as NPK Fertilisers haven't been taught and we still haven't covered half of topic 3 or all of topics 5 or 8. To this day I haven't done a titration!
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(Original post by louishill1)
My teachers are having a laugh.

I've practically finished English (only one poem left to cover), but I've still got quite a bit left in Maths and a tiny bit in Physics
but absolutely LOADS left in Chemistry and Biology, which I'm going to have to teach myself. History and RS are nearly there but in music I've got 2 set works left.

The amount of content left when the exams are so close is really worrying me - anyone else in the same boat?

For example, in Biology, we've only just started topic 6!! In Chemistry many random lessons such as NPK Fertilisers haven't been taught and we still haven't covered half of topic 3 or all of topics 5 or 8. To this day I haven't done a titration!
Well, this is worrying and sort of relieving (that I'm not the only one), my biology teacher was off for a few months so I'm having to teach myself Topic 4,5 and 6 and do you need any notes on anything for Chemistry?
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Well, this is worrying and sort of relieving (that I'm not the only one), my biology teacher was off for a few months so I'm having to teach myself Topic 4,5 and 6 and do you need any notes on anything for Chemistry?
Thank you, I should be ok - Freesciencelessons and primrose kitten are godsends!
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French-speaking in April for me :afraid:
Whattt??? I don't have mine until 3rd May. But wow you must be nervous.

(Original post by raqeen)
my biology teacher was off for a few months
We've not had a biology teacher for this whole year, until very recently. It (weirdly) makes me feel very happy that weren't not the only school in these situations.
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I could do my french speaking on Friday if I had to. maths we finished everything in year 10. physics we have 1 and a half topics left. history should be finished for easter. chemistry should be done in 2 weeks. biology should be done for easter. geography I have no idea so I'm doing it myself..
only finished revision notes for development of us a (history).
hoping to have my notes for every subject finished for 1st may so I can read over them and do 1 or 2 practice papers each night
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Biology - Finished
Chemistry - Finished
History - Finishing next week
Computing - Finished
English Lit/Lang - Finished
Maths - Finished ages ago
Geography - Climate change topic to do
Physics - Space topic to do
Spanish - 2 weeks more
Business studies - Self-teaching and really far behind :/
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A good and effective way of preparing for Biology and Chemistry is using free question-based websites. The best ones are Seneca Learning and Quizzlet. They have all topics and specific for each exam-board.
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I've finished everything ages ago and we were a bit behind in bio and just finished today.
We have no more classes this year.
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We've finished everything but history and chemistry, we have about 19 hours of chemistry left and we started Norman England two weeks ago; our teacher teaches all lesson then we have to make notes at home.

Oh and then there's RE.... what a mess... we had three teachers for our Judaism section, didn't learn one thing so I've bought the official revision book and am teaching myself the content.

To be honest, though I'm confident for my subjects history worries me. I've heard other schools are doing compulsory lunchtime classes to catch up and we're just drifting causally through the textbook however she's also signed us up to this History exam lecture thing which takes place in April and it will help us write the exams so I suppose that provides a bit more confidence.
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We finished maths last year.
We finished English lit and Lang last term
We’ve finished Mandarin
We’ve finished chemistry
We’ve finished music
We’re finishing biology before Easter
French, after Easter.
History lmao we’ll never finish it
Physics should be finished just after Easter
I’m feeling okay about them though
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English Language = Finished
English Literature = Finishing next week
Maths = Finished
Biology = Finished
Chemistry = Finished
Physics = Finished
Geography = Have to go in during the holidays to finish
French = Finishing next week
Religious Studies = Same as Geography

Meanwhile I have f*ck all notes and my school are months delayed in providing revision guides (been promising since October - we're getting them on Friday). Starting to worry...
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English lit - finished ages ago
English language - confused I’m not quite sure what we’re doing
I gcse Biology - finished ages ago and even learnt a level terminology and 6markers
I gcse Chemistry - finished ages ago (have term 1 a-level knowledge)
I gcse Physics - difficult☹️ Finished ages ago and lesson times have reduced to 80 minutes a week per science but I don’t understand anything especially bc of alevel stuff
I gcse maths - finished 3 weeks ago
History - not finished, school increased everyone’s times to 160 minutes a week
Latin - finished in October reduced to 40 minutes a week
Greek - finished ages ago in December still have 40 minutes and were just doing questions
Geography - not finished also times had been increased to 120mina
Spanish - not finished at all! I do three languages and everyone doing 3 languages has such a weird timetable and a gap in between lessons so we’re getting only 40 mins a language
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Update: Less than 6 weeks left
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AHHH I'm so scared it feels like they've come too fast

Biology: half a topic left
Chemistry: half a topic left
Physics: basically finished
Maths: finished last week
English: finished a while ago
History: finished this week
Geography: not finished
Russian: just got some questions to do but basically finished
German: half a topic left
Further maths: not finished
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