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Does anyone have any tips on how to revise for A-level mocks?
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Does anyone have any tips on how to revise for A-level mocks?
What subjects?
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What subjects?
English language, history and RS
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English language, history and RS
Sorry can't help. I specialise in Chemistry, Maths+ Further and business. Good luck.
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Sorry can't help. I specialise in Chemistry, Maths+ Further and business. Good luck.
Thanks anyway
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Sorry can't help. I specialise in Chemistry, Maths+ Further and business. Good luck.
Did you do paper 1? For edxecel business
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English language, history and RS
Hey! Don’t know if you still need help but I do history and english language under edexcel and aqa, predicted A* and A.

For history, look for past papers and create essay plans for each topic and memorise them. There’s only a certain number of different questions they could give you for each topic so doing this will hopefully result in you just recalling one of the plans in the exam. That’s what I do and it’s been worthing thus far.

For english language, I’d look for articles on the internet to do with whatever topic you are revising and practise doing textual analysis on them. This will develop your reading skills and essay writing skills. Overtime, you’ll find it easier to pick out things to analyse and your actual analysis will improve as well.
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Did you do paper 1? For edxecel business
No I did AQA back in 2019
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Hey! Don’t know if you still need help but I do history and english language under edexcel and aqa, predicted A* and A.

For history, look for past papers and create essay plans for each topic and memorise them. There’s only a certain number of different questions they could give you for each topic so doing this will hopefully result in you just recalling one of the plans in the exam. That’s what I do and it’s been worthing thus far.

For english language, I’d look for articles on the internet to do with whatever topic you are revising and practise doing textual analysis on them. This will develop your reading skills and essay writing skills. Overtime, you’ll find it easier to pick out things to analyse and your actual analysis will improve as well.
what topics do you do for edexcel history?
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what topics do you do for edexcel history?
Russia, Britain: power, conflict and revolution (1625-1701), and American civil rights
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Russia, Britain: power, conflict and revolution (1625-1701), and American civil rights
do you know what came up in the 2020 Russia paper? I know what came up in the 2019 one if that's any help x
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Russia, Britain: power, conflict and revolution (1625-1701), and American civil rights
hey do you know what came up for the britain 2020 (1625-1701) paper?
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