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Im going into year 11 in September and I need to grind and so I can try to get as many 8s/9s as possible but I just can't bring myself to start like idk where to begin, when to begin, how to. Any tips? And do you think it's possible to get 2 grade 6s to 8s/9s?
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Think of what u want to achieve just grades alone wont make u feel motivated u need something physical like a dream job or university u want to go to, fair enough u may be unsure but a goal could even be something simple like i want to beat so and so in something
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create a schedule or checklist to follow. start off small by going through any mocks you've already done and identifying your weak areas- if you don't have good notes on these now would be a good time to make them.
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CaptainDuckie open up
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CaptainDuckie open up

lol

what I did before getting into year 11 was just have fun. Honestly.

It’s really not that deep until like I’d say the last 3 months. Just keep on top of homework, do text book questions, past papers and ask your teachers for feedback on your essays....
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lol

what I did before getting into year 11 was just have fun. Honestly.

It’s really not that deep until like I’d say the last 3 months. Just keep on top of homework, do text book questions, past papers and ask your teachers for feedback on your essays....
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step 1: log out of tsr
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Come back in ~October. Don't sweat it for now.
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First look up all the syllabi on the subjects you are taking. Then, summarise each syllabus, writing down the AO'S and key topics you need to revise. Afterwards you need to group the topics on how well you know them, then schedule each topic for revising, allocating more time for the topics you struggle on. Leave one day at the end of the week to go over the topics again, as well as one day at the end of every month. When you revise/study it is best to take multiple breaks, preferably less than an hour long, to recuperate and regain your focus. It is also best to avoid studying for more than an hour and a half to prevent yourself from losing interest in the topic. I hope this helps but if you need more support you could buy this book and read it. I have used it myself and the tips in it work really well for me. Here is the link:https://www.whsmith.co.uk/products/h...241225981.html
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