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How to get minimum 6s in everything at GCSE

Hi I'm on my last year of GCSEs and I'm wondering if its possible for me to get minimum 6 in everything and if so how???
maths: bitesize and loads of past papers; english lang: genius lyrics for poetry analysis, just generally practice and get to know the texts and exam format, ditto eng lit; bio, chem = cgp books speedrun - read, cover, recall + do qs at bottom of each page; physics idk its easy, just practice papers; history = lots of notes from textbooks and cover and recall, and practice each type of q
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Original post by steamedclams
maths: Bitesize and loads of past papers; english lang: Genius lyrics for poetry analysis, just generally practice and get to know the texts and exam format, ditto eng lit; bio, chem = cgp books speedrun - read, cover, recall + do qs at bottom of each page; physics idk its easy, just practice papers; history = lots of notes from textbooks and cover and recall, and practice each type of q

thankyouuu
Same as the person before and il add some more

For science, I recommend using Seneca to learn content and free science lessons then doing past papers. You can also use the cgp books and I used the little mini ones to consolidate knowledge the night before a test

For maths I recommend watching the GCSE maths tutor to learn any difficult concepts and then just past papers

For English, I recommend watching Mr everything English and then learning how to structure each question and learning a solid amount of quotes. I also learned some cool vocab which helped. The cgp books asw

For history, I recommend using Seneca and then flashcards to properly memorise key events and dates and names. Then learn how to structure each question. You can also use cgp books

For business, I recommend Seneca and the cgp book to learn content then do past paper questions. I also watched bizconsesh who showed how to answer 3,4 and 6 and 9 and 12 mark questions which was super helpful

For computer science , I recommend using Seneca to learn content and cgp books and then doing past papers.

For engineering, it was mostly courseowrk but I did a few past papers and manged to get almost full marks on my test but it was super easy.

This is what I did and it got me 8s and 9s whilr being very laid back on revision, do hopefully this helps you too!

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