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This is great!! When i was in year 9 i didn't spend much time thinking about what i would do to prepare for exams and so i can be ready when i do my gcses. My best advice would be to do a bit of work everyday as this will help you in the future, also doing this you wont have a huge amount of work waiting for you in year 11. Another thing i would of personally done would be entering myself maybe in year 10 to do a subject that i didnt enjoy so i would revise for it and get it out the way so i can focus on my other subjects. Hope this helped !!
I think it’s fantastic that you’re looking to see how you can improve so early on. The best advice I can give you is to make the most out of the extracurricular activities available to you within and outside your school. By taking an active part in things such as public speaking, debating and any sport that you are passionate about, you will be able to hone in on key competencies that will set you apart from other candidates later on. The more extra-curricular activities, sports and competitions you take part in, the more likely you’ll be to stand out as a well rounded and able candidate. Hope this helps.
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