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Hey I’m in yr11 with 7 weeks left of revision till my GCSE’s start and I’m really stressed right now. At the moment I’m getting grades 4/5 I’m expected to get 7/8 is it possible to achieve. Any advice please
Subjects I’m taking are:
English literature
English language
Maths
Chemistry
Biology
French
Business studies
History
Any help or advice would be appreciated. Thank you
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Maths: https://corbettmaths.com https://www.mathsgenie.co.uk/gcse.html
( past papers/ onmaths has been helping me a lot)

All subjects
https://senecalearning.com Really effective, fast learning just make an account

Science
Flash cards/ sticky notes for equations/ past papers
https://www.freesciencelessons.co.uk

English literature
Mind maps on characters/ themes/ learn a structure
https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCM2vdqz-7e4HAuzhpFuRY8w
( mr bruff/ Stacey) get me between 7-9 bracket
This is what I used hope this helped
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For subjects like science and maths I recommend just revising and practicing different questions, it’s annoying but that’s the only way. You still have some time but if you really want to get those grades then you will probably need to spend a LOT of time over Easter revising (I revised around 6 hours a day nearly everyday over Easter and got all 8s and 9s) - also for English lit/Lang and history all you can do is revise content then apply it to questions, get your teachers to mark them and make sure you do everything under timed conditions and apply the feedback they give you!!
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Use pmt.education
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Thank you for the advice I will make sure to start doing these things
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This is slightly of topic but for in particular how can i measure where i am at in terms of level.In my december mock i got 8.i am aiming for a 9, i think i am at a 9 but how can i be sure.I done the 2018 paper for maths for my mock.I also done the 2017 paper like a month ago and got like a low 9 and since that month i have improved but i want a good indication of where i am at.
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Each Gerard the increase the grade boundaries by 3-6 marks so check the boundaries for maths (your exam board) and make sure you are getting at least 6 marks higher than last years
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This is slightly of topic but for in particular how can i measure where i am at in terms of level.In my december mock i got 8.i am aiming for a 9, i think i am at a 9 but how can i be sure.I done the 2018 paper for maths for my mock.I also done the 2017 paper like a month ago and got like a low 9 and since that month i have improved but i want a good indication of where i am at.
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What past papers can i use other then the 2017 and 2018 for maths.Also where can i get questions which are the same hardness level as the physics exam.
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