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I am doing maths, further maths, economics, physics, and EPQ. Just wanted to start this to see if I could help any year 12s with revision technique like others helped me so yeah ask away!
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No one cares about predicted grades
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No one cares about predicted grades
Except y12s wanting uni offers?
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hey how do you revise for maths, further maths and economics?
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Also which revision guide do you use for economics?
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You are PREDICTED 5 A*s...
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I am doing maths, further maths, economics, physics, and EPQ. Just wanted to start this to see if I could help any year 12s with revision technique like others helped me so yeah ask away!
Do you actually think you’ll achieve them?
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How is revision technique relevant for grades you have not yet achieved? Surely revision is more relevant for actually fulfilling your predictions?
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Also which revision guide do you use for economics?
For maths the best thing for me was past papers and practice papers online, at one point I was doing 7 a day and so every single question in my predictor paper I had seen before but with different numbers. Economics was a bit harder, I use the CGP for general knowledge of topics but the econplusdal revision books for essay content.
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How is revision technique relevant for grades you have not yet achieved? Surely revision is more relevant for actually fulfilling your predictions?
sure, once you have offers. Not saying predictors are more important overall, for the application process it is a huge factor
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You are PREDICTED 5 A*s...
you can read
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you can read
Mmmhmm I got an A* in English at GCSE
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Do you actually think you’ll achieve them?
I'm confident with Maths and Further Maths, Econ is maybe like 60% confidence and doubt I will achieve Physics
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I am doing maths, further maths, economics, physics, and EPQ. Just wanted to start this to see if I could help any year 12s with revision technique like others helped me so yeah ask away!
Well hello, you're doing exactly the same subjects as me so I could really do with this thread. What are your revision resources? What exam boards are you with? How do you manage the EPQ? Thank you for making this thread

I'm probably weakest in Physics (I want to do Economics at university but I'm also quite strong in Maths, I got the best in my year in GCSE).
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Mmmhmm I got an A* in English at GCSE
2 9s here, literate gang
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Where do you want to go for uni and what do you want to study?
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Well hello, you're doing exactly the same subjects as me so I could really do with this thread. What are your revision resources? What exam boards are you with? How do you manage the EPQ? Thank you for making this thread
No problem!
I'll list it out as Subject-Board-Resources

Maths-Edexcel-Past Papers, Zigzag papers, CRASH Maths, Physics and Maths tutor questions
FurtherM-Edexcel-Same as above
Economics-OCR-CGP Guide, Econplusdal analysis and evaluation packs(highly recommend, PM me), past papers
Physics-OCR B (hate the course)-honestly the CGP guide is amazing and of course past papers for practice
EPQ is all about documenting how you manage your time and any changes in approach you have along the way so just keep a small diary to note things down that you can mention so you dont forget!
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Where do you want to go for uni and what do you want to study?
Hoping to study Economics, applied to Cambridge (that's the dream haha) but hopefully one of cambridge, lse, warwick
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Hoping to study Economics, applied to Cambridge (that's the dream haha) but hopefully one of cambridge, lse, warwick
Very same! Thanks for the help above, your exam boards are a bit different but I will make sure to check out the Econplusdahl resource pack, and follow general advice, thanks a lot . Good luck.
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Very same! Thanks for the help above, your exam boards are a bit different but I will make sure to check out the Econplusdahl resource pack, and follow general advice, thanks a lot . Good luck.
you're welcome and thank you!
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