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its a very unpredictable listening writing and reading exam i keep trying but i just cant get a c ive done a lot of practice and know my weakness.
any tips im dying for some!!!! PLEASE
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For A level or GCSE?
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What are your weaknesses?
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ive already improved my weaknesses stuff like answering in full sentences pretty basic and grammar tick tick tick done but still its just below a c
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ive already improved my weaknesses stuff like answering in full sentences pretty basic and grammar tick tick tick done but still its just below a c
Well I can only recommend you learn the topic really well and know how to develop them (justify your points) and also keep doing loads of practice papers, and learn and improve on what you got wrong. Maybe ask your teachers for feedback on what you could do better?
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im doing edexcel and we dont write about topics for paper 1 :/
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Well I can only recommend you learn the topic really well and know how to develop them (justify your points) and also keep doing loads of practice papers, and learn and improve on what you got wrong. Maybe ask your teachers for feedback on what you could do better?
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Ohh okay, I’m doing AQA :/ idk what else to suggest because idk what edexcel is like. But definitely ask your teacher, they’ll be your best option as to what you should do to improve
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Listen to podcasts, so that you hear lots of spoken Spanish. Have a look through the spec, to see what the Examiner is looking for. Use other exam boards for listening practise. What are the key topics and words within those topics? Check the tense accurately. Transcribe a few podcasts into English and see if there are any key phrases, which keep popping up (the examiner's report will often give tips, eg "Not enough students were familiar with ..." Good luck.
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its a very unpredictable listening writing and reading exam i keep trying but i just cant get a c ive done a lot of practice and know my weakness.
any tips im dying for some!!!! PLEASE
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