Kyle McNeil
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Report Thread starter 7 months ago
Hello guys,

I'm in Year 10 and here are all the Final Exams I am doing:

GCSE English Language (AQA) - 2 Written Exams
GCSE English Literature (AQA) - 2 Written Exams
GCSE Mathematics (Edexcel) - 3 Written Exams
GCSE Science (OCR Gateway) - 6 Written Exams*
GCSE Religious Studies (Eduqas) - 3 Written Exams
(Core) Physical Education (No Exam)
GCSE Geography (AQA) - 3 Written Exams
OCR Cambridge Nationals in Information Technologies (OCR) - 1 Written Exam and 1 Coursework Exam
BTEC Tech Award in Enterprise (Edexcel) - 2 Internally Set Assignments Exams and 1 Externally Set Assignment Exam
GCSE Art and Design - Photography (AQA) - 1 Coursework Exam and 1 Externally Set Assignment Exam
(Core) PSHE and Citizenship (No Exam)

* 2 Biology, 2 Chemistry and 2 Physics

Total: 26 Exams; 20 Written, 0 On-Screen, 2 Coursework, 2 Internally Set Assignments, 2 Externally Set Assignments and 0 Other.
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Report 7 months ago
Wow, that's quite a few exams! I know how you feel, I had a grand total of 25 written exams that I just sat for IGCSEs. My advice is: start with revision and studying early enough. Don't cram. DO PAST PAPERS! Seriously. It'll help you. Like, a lot. During the exam season, give yourself some time to relax, to avoid burning out. It can get really stressful, so pace yourself. And stay positive. Even if you have a really bad exam, don't let it affect your performance in any other exams. You'll do great!

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