Here are 7 useful tips that will hopefully help you cope with the extra workload that will be coming your way in Year 11 as you prepare to sit your GCSE exams!

1. Set goals:

Setting goals is a great place to start, as this will set the tone for the next few months. Start by writing down the GCSE subjects you’re studying for and the grades you want to achieve. Underneath each subject, write out th... more

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I found for GCSEs the best thing to do is get a copy of the specification for each subject and go through each point with your notes / the textbook to make sure you know everything they can ask you. It’s quite long but it guarantees that you’ll know everything going into the exam.

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• Start making revision notes and keeping them organised in a ring binder or something similar as soon as you can. It feels like you’ve got ages until you sit those exams but at least getting prepared early will make our life A LOT easier next year.

• Start revising early and as exams get close increase the time your spending on revision each week. This avoids you having to cram right before exams... more

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