Actually revise! Find what works best for you, whether it be websites such as Seneca Learning (my personal favourite!)
or BBC Bitesize
, or making spider diagrams, taking colourful notes, or flashcards. If you have time, try two methods! It helps it stick, from personal experience, as it gives you two memory sources to remember it from, as well as your lesson and the book.
Watch some videos on how to get top marks in your coursework (I like videos such as "15 Quick Tips to GCSE Art"
and looking at sketchbook tours
- sometimes they can make you think, "Oh, well, now my sketchbook doesn't look very good," but it gives you ideas and inspiration as to how you can improve or start to make your work really wow the examiner!), or watch summary channels such as freesciencelessons
or Primrose Kitten
, or find your own channel who covers your topic and exam board! Ask your teacher for a copy of the specification if you can, particularly if you have a coursework subject such as art - and follow it. Imagine you are the examiner, go through it and mark it. Find an area where you don't have many marks? Improve it! Nobody is expecting you to get full marks right off the bat, but you always need to work and improve your pieces in order to reach the top grade boundary. There are some good past paper sites such as revision maths
and revision science
, where the papers from whatever mark scheme are free to download, as are the mark schemes.
Good luck in revision, all!
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