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The_million
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Hey i was reading a book that explains the 'formula to getting 9's' GCSE. The book struck me into how there is literally the most simple effective technique to get 9's in any subject you take.
The method was basically to use the exam boards specification to cover everything then practice past papers and exam questions. The specification legally needs to contains everything needed to know. So by learning the spec and doing practice papers i guarantee you'll get at least an 8. No need to waste time on revision cards unless the subject is very fact based e.g History.
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(Original post by The_million)
Hey i was reading a book that explains the 'formula to getting 9's' GCSE. The book struck me into how there is literally the most simple effective technique to get 9's in any subject you take.
The method was basically to use the exam boards specification to cover everything then practice past papers and exam questions. The specification legally needs to contains everything needed to know. So by learning the spec and doing practice papers i guarantee you'll get at least an 8. No need to waste time on revision cards unless the subject is very fact based e.g History.
I completely agree, one of the subjects i do best in is Geography and the teacher teaches us straight from the specification. If its a case of learning the specification info you can make revision cards covering each point of the spec, learn that and then do revision questions.
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Even for history you can use your specification I believe, by making it into a checklist. E.g I do aqa gcse history and the spec isn’t very detailed but it has the topics that you have to revise which I made into a checklist
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