Oh I forgot to add that I'm doing GCSE music and my exam board is AQA!
Answered Sun 27th January, 2013 @ 17:50 by Annaruth
If you like to be a bit creative with your revision like myself, then try making posters for each of the 12 setworks, then hang on your bedroom wall and listen to one of the tracks before you go to bed each night whilst looking over the notes for that particular setwork! I too am doing Music at GCSE level right now, and this technique did wonders! Good luck with your exam Anna, hope this helped x
Hi i did GCSE music now doing As music, my advice is, cue cards, listen to the pieces as much as you can, essay practise if that what you exam involves. Do unconcious brains, where you see how much you can write about the piece in 5 mins, then go back and look at your notes and see what you have missed out. hope this helps