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Hey, I'm Freya. I'm currently in Year 12 and am studying Religious Studies, English Literature and History.
I was wondering if any Year 10s who are struggling with online learning need any help with their studies or revision. At GCSE I got all 7s,8s and 9s, so I could help with most subjects, with my A-level subjects and English language being my strong point.
Similarly, if any Year 11s wanting to go on and study any of my A-level subjects want to ask any questions I'm happy to help with that too .
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When is the best time to start revising for GCSE properly?
I'm in Year 10.
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(Original post by freyamae)
Hey, I'm Freya. I'm currently in Year 12 and am studying Religious Studies, English Literature and History.
I was wondering if any Year 10s who are struggling with online learning need any help with their studies or revision. At GCSE I got all 7s,8s and 9s, so I could help with most subjects, with my A-level subjects and English language being my strong point.
Similarly, if any Year 11s wanting to go on and study any of my A-level subjects want to ask any questions I'm happy to help with that too .
Just join in and help as threads are created - you don't need your own thread
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Just join in and help as threads are created - you don't need your own thread
Sorry I didn't know, plus I find it hard to find and navigate the threads which is why I made my own.
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When is the best time to start revising for GCSE properly?
I'm in Year 10.
Hey, I'd say start organising your notes near the end of the summer to make sure you have everything from year 10. Then just revise as you go throughout year 11, definitely get involved with revision classes and stuff. I started serious revision in the January of year 11 which gave me loads of time to get sorted before exams and made everything less stressful
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Sorry I didn't know, plus I find it hard to find and navigate the threads which is why I made my own.
Just look on the latest posts or in specific subject forums

It's much easier for students that way ...
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Just join in and help as threads are created - you don't need your own thread
can u help me on my thread
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Just join in and help as threads are created - you don't need your own thread
it is called can u help on these questions below
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What revision books did you use ?
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(Original post by freyamae)
Hey, I'm Freya. I'm currently in Year 12 and am studying Religious Studies, English Literature and History.
I was wondering if any Year 10s who are struggling with online learning need any help with their studies or revision. At GCSE I got all 7s,8s and 9s, so I could help with most subjects, with my A-level subjects and English language being my strong point.
Similarly, if any Year 11s wanting to go on and study any of my A-level subjects want to ask any questions I'm happy to help with that too .
What books are you doing for English Lit and what board?
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What books are you doing for English Lit and what board?
A-level - Othello, A streetcar named desire, frankenstein and handmaids tale
GCSE - i did Macbeth, Lord of the flies and a christmas carol
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