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-euphoricals
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And im hella nervous. Any tips?
My subjects are:
- Maths Higher
-English Lit & Lang Higher
-Triple Science
-French Higher
-Spanish Higher
-History Higher
-Computer Science

Mostly im predicted Grades 8 and 9. GENERALLY I DON'T EVEN KNOW WHERE TO START. do i start revising now??
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(Original post by -euphoricals)
And im hella nervous. Any tips?
My subjects are:
- Maths Higher
-English Lit & Lang Higher
-Triple Science
-French Higher
-Spanish Higher
-History Higher
-Computer Science

Mostly im predicted Grades 8 and 9. GENERALLY I DON'T EVEN KNOW WHERE TO START. do i start revising now??
Maths: Do past papers and practice questions as much as you can
Spanish + French: Make sure you know all the vocab on your spec

Use the specifications, examiners' reports and past papers to your advantage and you'll do great.
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nothing wrong with starting revision now, just don't burn yourself out. little and often is best.
there's loads of resources for maths now freely available online so take advantage of them.
best way to revise for english lang is practice papers.
for english notes make notes on themes, characters etc and have notes on methods and context integrated into them. practice essays and give them to your teacher for feedback.
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some helpful websites i use:
seneca.com - pretty much all subjects on there, has courses that summarise/reteach you any topics
physicsandmathstutor.com - for physics, bio, chemistry and maths i think
quizlet.com - online flashcard maker, can find flashcards that people have made public or make your own, i've tried it for all subjects except maths, but its most helpful for languages
litcharts and sparknotes for English

Vocab is key for languages, and mindmaps are useful for the books or plays you're doing in English.
I haven't started revising properly yet, but might start doing like an hour on a 1 or 2 subjects every week soon. I'm pretty nervous too though !!
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