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How did you guys revise leading up to French GCSEs?

I am not he best at French and wanted to know how others revise in case that might help otherwise I am gonna have to get out the GCSE French textbooks over summer which I don't want to but might have to as we are working slightly ahead other schools as I go to a really high standard school.
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How did you guys revise leading up to French GCSEs?

I am not he best at French and wanted to know how others revise in case that might help otherwise I am gonna have to get out the GCSE French textbooks over summer which I don't want to but might have to as we are working slightly ahead other schools as I go to a really high standard school.
Have a look at the spec and there should be a list of all the grammar points you need to know. I'd use that as a checklist and try to learn as much of it as I can. Vocab wise, you could use websites like Quizlet or Memrise. I'd say Memrise is slightly better for learning languages and if you search your exam board you should be able to find sets with all the vocab relating to the topics you've studied.
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Have a look at the spec and there should be a list of all the grammar points you need to know. I'd use that as a checklist and try to learn as much of it as I can. Vocab wise, you could use websites like Quizlet or Memrise. I'd say Memrise is slightly better for learning languages and if you search your exam board you should be able to find sets with all the vocab relating to the topics you've studied.
Ok thank you just curious. Did you use any textbooks or anything as such when revising also how did you revise for your orals as I have got some coming up next week. At the end of every year we have end of year exams and for French we having a writing and an oral test as well.
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Hello. I did 20 minutes of French literally everyday for about a year before the exam! 'Little and often', my French teach used to say - and as much I didn't like her, she was right!
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Have a look at the spec and there should be a list of all the grammar points you need to know. I'd use that as a checklist and try to learn as much of it as I can. Vocab wise, you could use websites like Quizlet or Memrise. I'd say Memrise is slightly better for learning languages and if you search your exam board you should be able to find sets with all the vocab relating to the topics you've studied.
I second using memrise for vocab, you can find the vocab tailored to your spec and honestly doing 10 minutes a day has helped me so much. Also just make sure you've got your tenses nailed and you should be fine
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