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Hi i wanted to ask for anyone that has done their gcse what are some tips for it because right now Im doing my end of year exams which are really my mocks and I feel like I'm doing so badly but I wanna achieve high grades for next year so does anyone have any tips
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if you want any advice, i’d say use practice papers and look at mark schemes. i have a load of them including 2016-2020 papers. i’m not sure which papers your school will use for your mocks but it’s worth looking at the 2020 papers since they’re the closest. if you want them, message me on @imani.tahsin on instagram & snap and i’ll send you the link
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Hi i wanted to ask for anyone that has done their gcse what are some tips for it because right now Im doing my end of year exams which are really my mocks and I feel like I'm doing so badly but I wanna achieve high grades for next year so does anyone have any tips
hi, im also doing my EOY tests which are actually my mocks too haha. im not the best when it comes to revising, i should be revising now but im here instead lol. i think flashcards is a really good way to revise, as well as audio. repeat what u say and make weird ways to try and remember them like raps haha. for stuff like maths, do practice papers and watch yt vids. for ur sciences watch free science guy on yt, speed the video thing, then try memorize what he says, cos he condenses all the info so if u memorize it u r set. make sure to take breaks, ur mind wont focus or remember anything if ur over working. hope this helped love
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[QUOTE=_sarahislam;95377045]hi, im also doing my EOY tests which are actually my mocks too haha. im not the best when it comes to revising, i should be revising now but im here instead lol. i think flashcards is a really good way to revise, as well as audio. repeat what u say and make weird ways to try and remember them like raps haha. for stuff like maths, do practice papers and watch yt vids. for ur sciences watch free science guy on yt, speed the video thing, then try memorize what he says, cos he condenses all the info so if u memorize it u r set. make sure to take breaks, ur mind wont focus or remember anything if ur over working. hope this helped love[/QUOTE
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hey!
if you want any advice, i’d say use practice papers and look at mark schemes. i have a load of them including 2016-2020 papers. i’m not sure which papers your school will use for your mocks but it’s worth looking at the 2020 papers since they’re the closest. if you want them, message me on @imani.tahsin on instagram & snap and i’ll send you the link
okay ill message you now thank you so much
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hi, im also doing my EOY tests which are actually my mocks too haha. im not the best when it comes to revising, i should be revising now but im here instead lol. i think flashcards is a really good way to revise, as well as audio. repeat what u say and make weird ways to try and remember them like raps haha. for stuff like maths, do practice papers and watch yt vids. for ur sciences watch free science guy on yt, speed the video thing, then try memorize what he says, cos he condenses all the info so if u memorize it u r set. make sure to take breaks, ur mind wont focus or remember anything if ur over working. hope this helped love
THANK YOUU i feel like ive been wasting my time
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