How to Revise Maths,French and English Best? (SG/GCSE)

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STANDARD GRADE but those sitting GSCE it is similar.

Best way to memorise all the formulas for maths?

How to revise for English and French?

Best methods?

Posted Wed 13th February, 2013 @ 16:33 by Eddie Braidwood

7 Answers

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Flash cards with highlighted key words or get a mini whiteboard and pen and write down the formulas continuously till it's stuck in your head

Answered Thu 14th February, 2013 @ 19:05 by иιι-єℓℓє
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for all those subjects practice is best especially for maths and english that will help you learn formulas and will help you get used to answering the questions in the correct way for engish

Answered Thu 14th February, 2013 @ 19:40 by Thegirlwhoknewtoomuch - Team GR
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For french I used to watch my favourite programmes in french with english subtitles. Helps you with listening exams, but you have to be able to find programmes with a french setting. 

Also watch the programmes in english with french subtitles to help with reading.

Answered Sat 16th February, 2013 @ 20:31 by Tilly - Team GR
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For maths, it's also good to try and use the equations in practice questions, rather than just tryin to learn them. This will help you to remember better too!

Answered Sat 16th February, 2013 @ 23:04 by hannah-jade parker
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Maths -past papers, flash card

English -essay questions

French -memories key words, do past papers.

Answered Sun 17th February, 2013 @ 10:24 by Sarah
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Using a whiteboard also helps with maths because you can draw and write out questions without wasting paper. It also means you can change your answers without scribbling things out.

Answered Mon 18th February, 2013 @ 15:53 by Tilly - Team GR
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i find it best to re write things out, like in maths, the methods for certain questions

get past papers of your exam board website and print them out and take them in for your teacher to mark, do them in exam regulations too.

if you cant do a question then you leave it and do the rest of them and after you have finished the paper look either on the internet or look in your book and find out how to work out the question.

Then when you come to look over your revision you have worked examples and you know what you have to revise more nearer the exam times.

I would also concider making note cards to have a quick look over before the exam to refresh your memory. Good luck and i hope this helps.

Answered Thu 21st February, 2013 @ 20:09 by Katie