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wow you got all 9's. I got 94% in maths, biology, physics, french, and psychology, 99% in chemistry and 85% in english lit and history and 88% in english lit for my year 10 mocks. Working even harder now I am in year 11 hopefully all 9's.
Well done!! 💜
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Thank you so much!!! T-T this is the only Business gcse advice that's relevant to me that I've found ❤❤❤ because I think oyher courses have essays X Also, IGCSE and GCSES business sounds really similar 💞
You're welcome! Glad it helped.
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I got 9,8,8,8,8,7,7,6,6,5 in History, Maths, Biology, Physics ,Computer Science, Chemistry, English Language, English Literature and French(foundation) respectively. I left my revision till really late but if you start revising around 2 hours every day from now, GCSEs should honestly be a breeze. Best revision technique for me was honestly past exam questions as I tried others but I feel as if it was only the exam questions that really prepared me for the actual thing
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Hi, I see that you've done extremely well in computer science and I was wondering how exactly you revised for it. Also, my NEA is next week and I'm utterly dreading it, my teacher has stated over and over that it's worth nothing, however, I still feel the need to actually know what I'm doing. Any tips?
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I did general Computer Science revision on Seneca and then I made notes on it. After I looked at the spec points and then wrote down a bit about each one. That is how I revised the theory in Computer Science. For the NEA I know how stressful it is even when the teachers say it doesn't mean much, but honestly all you have to do is make sure you've actually just written a piece of code that just about does what I was asked, but honestly the NEA is just a formality so don't really fret about it. Focus on your theory. However, if you still want to practice your coding, I recommend code academy, I used that a few times and it is quite good.
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