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Hi everyone
I really need some advice on how to revise in the last month for gcses
I am at mostly 7/8s and i want to get most 9s however i am at 6 for lit , physics , chem and biology and i want to get 8 or 9 as i am usually 1 or 2 marks of the next grade but i have been stuck at the same grades for a while and i don't know what to do . i want to put the effort in but i just don't know how to get out of the barrier of 6/7 and is is possible to improve by 1 or 2 grade ?
thx
Original post by Miaaaaso
Hi everyone
I really need some advice on how to revise in the last month for gcses
I am at mostly 7/8s and i want to get most 9s however i am at 6 for lit , physics , chem and biology and i want to get 8 or 9 as i am usually 1 or 2 marks of the next grade but i have been stuck at the same grades for a while and i don't know what to do . i want to put the effort in but i just don't know how to get out of the barrier of 6/7 and is is possible to improve by 1 or 2 grade ?
thx

Hey
I did GCSE's last year, and I think one of the most important things is to understand all the content, not just memorise it, and in the last month, you should probably just do as many past papers as you can, and then keep a note of the questions that you seem to be getting wrong, and then if you find it hard to understand, then maybe just learn the markschemes for those kinds of questions?

Hope that helped :smile:
I was in your position for GCSEs the best advice I can give for science is use the website Cognito, watch the videos, make notes and do the questions on every single topic, by doing that I managed to get 7s in science to 9s. You need to start as soon as possible! :smile:
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Original post by elizarose06
I was in your position for GCSEs the best advice I can give for science is use the website Cognito, watch the videos, make notes and do the questions on every single topic, by doing that I managed to get 7s in science to 9s. You need to start as soon as possible! :smile:

thank you soo much it nice to hear that is possible and i will start from now . well done for ur results
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Original post by travuri01
Hey
I did GCSE's last year, and I think one of the most important things is to understand all the content, not just memorise it, and in the last month, you should probably just do as many past papers as you can, and then keep a note of the questions that you seem to be getting wrong, and then if you find it hard to understand, then maybe just learn the markschemes for those kinds of questions?
Hope that helped :smile:

thank u i will do this and see what happens

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