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HOW Do you revise effectively for a level religious studies and improve timing
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Please dont take this advice but I revised last moment. I was predicted a 3 in RE and gave up. For my real GCSEs I revised last moment and somehow pulled out a 7. Pretty sure my paper was switched with someone else.
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Please dont take this advice but I revised last moment. I was predicted a 3 in RE and gave up. For my real GCSEs I revised last moment and somehow pulled out a 7. Pretty sure my paper was switched with someone else.
Thanks for the response and congratulations on your 7
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Thanks, its mostly just about remembering facts and using the structure scheme they give you for the higher mark questions. Make sure that you dont just add quotes to your answers and think it is great, you have to actually be very descriptive with how it links to your main point. Basically write as much bs as you can about anything that relates to your point, your quote and the question and you should be good.
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