Any tips for revising for Spanish GCSE?

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I'm not really sure on how to revise for my Spanish GCSE exams...and I'm quite worried about them. I need to focus on the listening aspect of the course as well as I find that this is one of my weaker points. Any ideas?

Posted Sat 23rd February, 2013 @ 23:33 by Micah

8 Answers

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Find your exam board's specification - they'll have a vocab list which they suggest you should know most of
You also want to immerse yourself in the language by watching Spanish films, listening to their music, reading their newspapers etc. you could even start with the basics and watch kid's tv programmes in Spanish (search on youtube).
Go over past papers in both higher and foundation level - it really does help to go over both even if you're only doing foundation
Good luck with your exams! (: 

Answered Fri 29th March, 2013 @ 13:37 by Mariska
Edited by Mariska on Fri 29th March, 2013 @ 13:38
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i had the same issue ,its nearly a year since i did my exam , in class we did a lot of practise and the more you know your vocab the better as it will be easier to recognise words in the recording 

Answered Sun 24th February, 2013 @ 09:20 by Connah Greenhalgh - Team GR
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Thank you! I'm going to practise the vocab as much as possible! 

Answered Sun 24th February, 2013 @ 12:42 by Micah
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its no problem , good luck in your exams :)

Answered Sun 24th February, 2013 @ 16:37 by Connah Greenhalgh - Team GR
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I am finding that you just need to keep practising it. you could get your teacher to help

Answered Sun 24th February, 2013 @ 09:27 by danielle traves
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practise , you will get used to the  listening part , you could make notes whist it is playing 

Answered Sun 24th February, 2013 @ 09:31 by Connah Greenhalgh - Team GR
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Thank you! Good luck to you too! :) 

Answered Sun 24th February, 2013 @ 17:18 by Micah
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Practice with listening exams, but for general spanish (Reading and Listenings) learn as much of the vocab as you possibly can, you never know what will come up!

Good luck!

Answered Tue 5th March, 2013 @ 14:59 by worker