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Hi, I am doing Aqa Spanish for GCSE next year, could you guys name a few revision guides and tips for me to ace the exam in year 11 which will be in 2022. Thank you.
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This may help you prepare for GCSE Spanish.
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I didn't sit my spanish GCSE but for the speaking mocks we would write out small notes on paper for each question to remind ourselves what to say/ infinitives with the right ending. Also focus more on your chosen theme for speaking but don't fully eliminate the other themes. For writing get past questions and get a piece of paper and split it into 4. make small notes for each bullet point for each tense. If you do higher then for the last question with 2 bullet points do the same but make up a question in your head for the tense that isn't shown. Reading and listening is doing the mocks and then finding out key vocab/ words you didn't know and making a note of them. Hope this helped
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(Original post by sassy sausages)
I didn't sit my spanish GCSE but for the speaking mocks we would write out small notes on paper for each question to remind ourselves what to say/ infinitives with the right ending. Also focus more on your chosen theme for speaking but don't fully eliminate the other themes. For writing get past questions and get a piece of paper and split it into 4. make small notes for each bullet point for each tense. If you do higher then for the last question with 2 bullet points do the same but make up a question in your head for the tense that isn't shown. Reading and listening is doing the mocks and then finding out key vocab/ words you didn't know and making a note of them. Hope this helped
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Does anyone know any good revision books for Spanish?
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I did my GCSEs last year and I definitely found the CGP really useful- it had really nice ideas for speaking and writing. 100% worth getting. I Also used quizlet to learn the set vocabulary list.
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which cgp books did you use?

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I did my GCSEs last year and I definitely found the CGP really useful- it had really nice ideas for speaking and writing. 100% worth getting. I Also used quizlet to learn the set vocabulary list.
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What examboard do you do?
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What examboard do you do?
AQA
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which cgp books did you use?
I just used the Spanish AQA CGP book
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