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Glasgow2002
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Hey!

I'm currently on my half term break (5th year) and wondering of any tips on how to ensure straight A's at my highers in May!

I recently got my higher prelims back and got B's in all of them, which I'm happy enough about but want MUCH better exam results.

I'm currently studying 4 highers; ENGLISH, HISTORY, BUSSINESS and GEOGRAPHY. I'm also doing nat5 MATHS - not my strongest point ahaha!

If anyone has any tips on what to do between now and the exam/ revision techniques it would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks in advance )
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Hi, I’m in 5th year too 👋

Look back over your prelims and see where you lost marks, the way I look at it is every question where you didn’t get full marks is standing between you and an A so speak to your teachers about what a perfect full answer would be.

There’s only 9 weeks until the highers start 😱 which isn’t long really, be strict with yourself on setting a revision timetable and stick to it. Classes will mostly be finished teaching soon and will move on to revision and practice questions so you’ll have class time to go over the parts you’re less sure of.

Hope that helped, S5 has gone so quickly so far, right?!
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