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Hi,
So in RS I am predicted a Grade 9 but I am unsure to how to go about my revision (going into Year 10) .
I'm doing AQA Religious Studies A (Christianity and Islam)
I already have an Oxford AQA textbook which is really good and brief as well as a booklet my school has provided.
I have attempted to make notes but I feel that it won't work for me, but I have started to make a list of quotes for each subtopic.
Any help would be really appreciated.
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(Original post by febreze)
Hi,
So in RS I am predicted a Grade 9 but I am unsure to how to go about my revision (going into Year 10) .
I'm doing AQA Religious Studies A (Christianity and Islam)
I already have an Oxford AQA textbook which is really good and brief as well as a booklet my school has provided.
I have attempted to make notes but I feel that it won't work for me, but I have started to make a list of quotes for each subtopic.
Any help would be really appreciated.
Hi, i got a 9 doing the exact same exams as you.

Memorise a lot of quotes from each subtopic as you are doing currently and make sure your exam technique is perfect. You can also memorise a short answer for possible questions that could come up so you immediately have something to write about and spend less time thinking in the exam.
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Practice papers are key, because there's a trend in them. For example, the question about God's omnibenevolence and existence of suffering and evil is a question that appears over and over again.

Also, I would suggest making Quizlet sets with all the quotations and teachings, so they'll stick in your head (this is the technique I used)
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Hi, i got a 9 doing the exact same exams as you.

Memorise a lot of quotes from each subtopic as you are doing currently and make sure your exam technique is perfect. You can also memorise a short answer for possible questions that could come up so you immediately have something to write about and spend less time thinking in the exam.)
is there anything you did to revise the content (make notes, flashcards, mindmaps) also congrats on the 9 i am aiming for that too but it might be a little bit overenthusiastic
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is there anything you did to revise the content (make notes, flashcards, mindmaps) also congrats on the 9 i am aiming for that too but it might be a little bit overenthusiastic
I don't remember much as it was last year but i made notes on all possible questions that could be asked and had a quotation for each to back it up, then i memorised these. Our teacher went through all of this and he was super helpful so I didn't use a textbook but you probably should use the textbook to learn the content.
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https://quizlet.com/class/6237597/ only covers a bit of your content but should be helpful
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