How to get all C (4/5) or above grades in gcses ? Watch

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Hi need help in getting a 4 or above in following gcse subjects:
-english/english literature
- maths
- combined trilogy science/ igcse double award sciences
-history
-religious studies
-pyschology
-sociology
-ict
-computerscience
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English- Practice makes perfect- practice as many past papers as possible and use flash cards to practice quotes for literature.

Maths- Use Corbettmaths or something similar online to learn new skills with videos and then practice in an exam context.

Biology- Draw flowcharts for processes and use flash cards to memorise key facts.

Chemistry- Memorise the steps for reactions and use flashcards.

Physics- Put equations on post it notes and try to memorise them and then apply the equations to exam questions.

Religious Studies- memorise quotes from sources of authority such as the bible and apply to exam questions.


The other subjects I do not study.
Hope this helps.
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For maths just do practice papers. And for RS learn the quotes, learn a template for writing essays and you can do pretty well in it.
For ICT (at least for my exam board) I'd say you are best just learning the mark schemes as questions are often repeated.
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Thanks everyone
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Do a bit of revision? I was getting those grades in year 9. I’m sure people only revise a few weeks before the exams and get a 4 or a 5, you could even do the foundation paper if you want to.
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