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games are really good for revising, but on bitesize and stuff, they arent taylored to the exam boeards and they dont have them for every subject....

Posted: 07-06-12 13:03 by Charlotte

yeah, all the way - it would make revision more fun :)

Posted: 07-06-12 13:05 by Leah

it would woudnt it? and you could get points for playing. :)

Posted: 07-06-12 13:07 by Charlotte

Yeah, and it might stop people down voting the discussions to get points :)

Posted: 07-06-12 13:09 by Leah

What sort of games would you like?

Posted: 07-06-12 13:53 by Pete Langley - Get Revising founder

Like adventure games and arcade games.  and then it stops you and asks questions, and then carries on.

Posted: 07-06-12 15:26 by Charlotte

Something like the main character has to save so-and-so and they can't do that until they get all the questions right, or perform tasks in the game that require knowledge from the course they are studying..

It could be an edited version of a popular game like Super Mario or Pac-Man and there are pop-up questions and the main character's life depends on them getting the answer correct.

Lame ideas, i know, but i'm not much of a game player myself. =P

Posted: 07-06-12 16:36 by Re-Re

Games like bubble pop or something but the more questions you get correct the more time you get for game play :) So it's like revising and having a break at the same time.

Posted: 07-06-12 23:03 by Former Member

Also, maybe something simpler like matching games, fill in the blanks, things you could design yourself.

Modified once, last modified by Lauren on Fri 8th June, 2012 @ 11:35

Posted: 08-06-12 08:55 by Lauren

You could have a game where you have to match the definitions with key words, or in languages there could be the english word and then the foreign word. Just an idea, I findthese things help :)

Posted: 08-06-12 10:07 by Kate Westall

I agree with Re-Re

Posted: 08-06-12 16:39 by Kelleigh

^^ Yeah Kate, I was JUST thinking about match up games. Like keywords on one side and definitions on the other side all jumbled up, and we would have to match it up correctly. And we get points for getting it right, perhaps. That would really help us revise key definitions for exams. =P

Posted: 08-06-12 19:57 by Re-Re

I totally agree!!! match up would be :D

Posted: 08-06-12 22:31 by Lamise Hassan

this would be useful

Posted: 10-06-12 12:14 by Nathan

yeah i mean we learn whilst having fun EPIC!!!

Posted: 10-06-12 12:16 by aliimz

Yeah this would be a good idea! :D

The games on bitesize are not that good 

Posted: 10-06-12 15:10 by :) PurpleJaguar (: - Team GR

yer these are really good ideas... i hope they do it.

Posted: 16-06-12 11:11 by Charlotte

revision games and i like the idea of the games on BBC BITESIZE those english games i mean i went on their like 3 years ago and they were really good helped me for GCSEs but also like a mini test too as well as games- :D

Posted: 17-06-12 12:44 by sumaiyah

Who wants to be a millionaire and other gameshows- are you smarter than a ten year old, with different levels would be brill for GCSE as it covers a range of subjects!

Posted: 02-07-12 13:43 by Beth Haworth

I think 'who wants to be a millionaire?' is a good game for learning facts for subjects like geography and history. Also, I think match up games would be good for learning keywords and their definitions like Re-Re said.

Posted: 04-07-12 14:48 by Thegirlwhoknewtoomuch - Team GR