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Or 8s.
I'm in year 11
I need to revise so whilst procrastinating I thought I would make this.
I want a 7 in everything other than:
Eng Lit and Lang - 6
Physics - 8
Maths - 9

So yeah.
I will make notes on each subject, do past papers and read my notes.
Oh, I'll update this blog (is that what this is?) if I remember...
At A-Level I will take maths, further maths and physics.
I guess I'll do some revision tomorrow.
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I should probably say what subjects I'm taking:
Maths
English (lit and lang)
Chemistry
Physics
Biology
Computer Science
Geography
History
French
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Tonight, for revision, I have:
Made notes on Elizabethan Government (History: Elizabethan Age - Topic 1)
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Made notes on Particle Model of Matter (Physics - Topic 3)
Tomorrow I plan to do 2 practice computer science papers, do all my homework (about 3 hours worth) and maybe revise a bit of French speaking.
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And today I have done nothing but read the first 30 pages of the further maths revision guide I have...
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Which history topics are you doing?
What’s you favourite subject?
Good luck! I’m sure you’ll make it
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Which history topics are you doing?
What’s you favourite subject?
Good luck! I’m sure you’ll make it
Thanks. The history topics are: USA, Medicine, Elizabethan Age, Medicine and Germany.
My favourite subject is maths.
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Thanks. The history topics are: USA, Medicine, Elizabethan Age, Medicine and Germany.
My favourite subject is maths.
That's a lot of medicine I'm doing the same except I'm doing Weimar Germany instead of USA!
Maths is great
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That's a lot of medicine I'm doing the same except I'm doing Weimar Germany instead of USA!
Maths is great
I didn't realise I put medicine twice...
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Why not road to 9s?
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Why not road to 9s?
On my English Literature mock, if I got 3 marks lower, I would've had a grade 3...
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On my English Literature mock, if I got 3 marks lower, I would've had a grade 3...
My friend got a U in his A-Level Maths mock. He finished with an A*. Believe in yourself
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I didn't realise I put medicine twice...
:giggle: we've all been there before
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I do IGCSE Cambridge History, so I do wonder what GCSE History is like... :^_^:
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I do IGCSE Cambridge History, so I do wonder what GCSE History is like... :^_^:
I did IGCSE Cambridge History as well. It was hellish and I wanted to drop it the entire Year 11. Only got an A* by like 2-3 marks, lol. Pro tip: get the Cambridge revision guide for whatever option you're doing. Memorise the entire book 2-3 days before exams. Vomit all that knowledge on paper (especially paper 3, or was it called 6?) and forget everything as soon as you walk out the exams.

Really think the course can be a hit or miss in exams. Good luck.
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I did IGCSE Cambridge History as well. It was hellish and I wanted to drop it the entire Year 11. Only got an A* by like 2-3 marks, lol. Pro tip: get the Cambridge revision guide for whatever option you're doing. Memorise the entire book 2-3 days before exams. Vomit all that knowledge on paper (especially paper 3, or was it called 6?) and forget everything as soon as you walk out the exams.

Really think the course can be a hit or miss in exams. Good luck.
Oh wow lol. I've been meaning to buy the book for a while xD
Thanks for the tip
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