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i'd preferably want to get all 9s. I've been making flashcards and they've just tired me out and not helped. today ive been watching videos on active recall and spaced repitition and think i might just do that along with past papers. i will probably start next week as starting from tomorrow i'm gonna get all notes and understanding sorted. but do i have enough time if i start in the beginning of march?
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btw i do edexcel igcse and last year the most you needed to get a 9 was 80-85%, english and history 75%
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I don’t think is too late to get 8s and 9s just revise and do past papers , make sure you know your specification and if you’re doing combined science I recommend you a book which is from Collins which is so good
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It's definitely not too late. Just open up the spec for whatever subject you're revising and use the bullet points as questions for yourself, make sure you can answer all of them and then start doing past and specimen papers.
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(Original post by Nathalieb280)
I don’t think is too late to get 8s and 9s just revise and do past papers , make sure you know your specification and if you’re doing combined science I recommend you a book which is from Collins which is so good
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It's definitely not too late. Just open up the spec for whatever subject you're revising and use the bullet points as questions for yourself, make sure you can answer all of them and then start doing past and specimen papers.
Thank you so much!! Do you guys have any tips for history and english in particular?
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Omg yh same ! You have any tips for history ? I don’t know how to revise !
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Getting all 9s for me would mean getting a 9 in English lit and language... lmao no chance!!
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I found learning key facts for history useful, revision in groups discussing links between events etc really helps to understand what a question may ask. potentially map out some questions in bullet point form (what you'd talk about + key facts)
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Getting all 9s for me would mean getting a 9 in English lit and language... lmao no chance!!
honestly same!! i'd be happy with a 7 tbh
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Does anyone know good sentences starters?
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honestly same!! i'd be happy with a 7 tbh
exactly!!
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