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RS mock- i need help lol

I have my RS mock next week, but my teacher wouldn't let us bring home any of our work or revision materials made in class (don't ask why I do not know). Does anyone know of anywhere I could get some RS revision resources? Desperately trying not to fail rn so any help would be appreciated

BTW I do Edexcel B
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Original post by thrivingfrog
I have my RS mock next week, but my teacher wouldn't let us bring home any of our work or revision materials made in class (don't ask why I do not know). Does anyone know of anywhere I could get some RS revision resources? Desperately trying not to fail rn so any help would be appreciated

hey! do you do AQA? i could send you the link to the textbooks and templates my teacher gave me for posters? i've done mine and got 81% if that helps
Original post by sarah.s.1
hey! do you do AQA? i could send you the link to the textbooks and templates my teacher gave me for posters? i've done mine and got 81% if that helps

I do edexcel, but ty for offering :smile: (probably shoulda mentioned that in the op lol)
Original post by thrivingfrog
I do edexcel, but ty for offering :smile: (probably shoulda mentioned that in the op lol)

no problem! is there any way i can help even though we do different exam boards?
there should be a content textbook for edexcel too but i don't think the mind map templates will work for non-AQA sorry :frown:
Original post by sarah.s.1
no problem! is there any way i can help even though we do different exam boards?
there should be a content textbook for edexcel too but i don't think the mind map templates will work for non-AQA sorry :frown:

Ummmmm... if you could explain how you revise for re that could help? If you don't mind ofc :smile:
Original post by thrivingfrog
Ummmmm... if you could explain how you revise for re that could help? If you don't mind ofc :smile:


no problem! forgot to say you could also use BBC bitesize they provide material for all exam boards!
basically i read through my textbook, made sure i understood concepts, then condensed key points onto a mind map. this is just for one of the 4 thematic studies we have to do for AQA, then i split the mind map into different subtopics and tested myself on each section. a day or two later i'll blurt what i can remember and fill in any gaps, and i did lots of exam-styled questions in timed conditions and got a friend to peer assess and give me feedback, also looked at the mark scheme if i struggled

for scripture i just used neon highlighters lol this worked for me idk why but for active recall i'd use quizlet and get someone to test you on scripture, hope this helps!

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