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Hi guys! This is definitely not meant to be a brag post, I’m just bored and want to help by answering any questions you guys might have. So ask away
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What's your best tips and advice for maths, for someone who doesn't have an interest in it at all?
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What subjects did you study?
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What's your best tips and advice for maths, for someone who doesn't have an interest in it at all?
For maths, I would just say grind at it as much as you can. It’s difficult to get someone to like maths especially if they’re not interested, so I would just say to do LOADS of past papers and questions while watching tv or netflix yo stop you from getting too bored.
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What subjects did you study?
I studied:
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English Lit + Lang
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French

I also took up Further Maths in Y11
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I studied:
Maths
English Lit + Lang
Triple Science / Separate Science
History
RE
French

I also took up Further Maths in Y11
Do you have a favourite subject?
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how did you revise french?
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Do you have a favourite subject?
Yeah, probably french or re cos it’s the most interesting I guess
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how did you revise french?
For french, I got full marks on the writing and speaking cos I just spent hella lot of time going over the grammar (and learning for complex a level grammar like the subjunctive and past conditional.) I didn’t do as well on the listening and reading, so I would’ve spent more time maybe listening to podcasts and doing my quizlet vocab.
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How did you get a 9 in RE
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For maths, I would just say grind at it as much as you can. It’s difficult to get someone to like maths especially if they’re not interested, so I would just say to do LOADS of past papers and questions while watching tv or netflix yo stop you from getting too bored.

Thanks, I need to start doing lots of past papers. How many should I do in a week?
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How did you revise.. Revision techniques??
When did you start revising??
How did you deal with not being too anxious for exams??
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Hi guys! This is definitely not meant to be a brag post, I’m just bored and want to help by answering any questions you guys might have. So ask away
No question. Just here to say well done. You’re amazing.
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How much sleep did you get?
I never gave up sleep to revise for exams: I always had 7-8 hours every night.
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How did you get a 9 in RE
For RE, I made flashcards for all the content. I did AQA, and I compilated all the possible questions that could come up for all the questions up to 5 marks and answered them in timed conditions (to the second.) For the 12 markers, I did essay plans and learnt them. For those, it would be useful to learn philosophers and their ideas, such as Aquinas, Sartre, Rousseu etc.
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I studied:
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English Lit + Lang
Triple Science / Separate Science
History
RE
French

I also took up Further Maths in Y11
That explains why you managed to get all 9s, you were able to concentrate on less subjects
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How did you revise.. Revision techniques??
When did you start revising??
How did you deal with not being too anxious for exams??
Best revision technique - learn every single bit of content using flashcards and Seneca. This should be done around the Easter holiday time. From then, do 25 minutes of content from one subject then 25-50 minutes of past papers of another subject. Just rinse and repeat
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How did you get a 9 in RE
I got an 8 in RE, the boundaries weren’t that high
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That explains why you managed to get all 9s, you were able to concentrate on less subjects
Yeah maybe, I only did 10 GCSE’s, I know some schools did 11 or 12
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