100 meter race = 472 weeks 426 weeks done - only 10 meters to go
Subject Date Time Weighting Biology Fri 5 th June 1.30pm 25% Chemistry Tue 9 th June 1.30pm 25% Physics Fri 12 th June 1.30pm 25% Examination Board; AQA Science A (Core) Controlled assessment accounts for the remaining 25%. Carried out during lessons – best one out of three assessments.
2 black pens (so he has a spare); Calculator; Pencil, ruler, protractor all in a clear pencil case or clear plastic bag.
From their textbooks, there are: 47 Chapters of Biology 36 Chapters of Chemistry 35 Chapters of Physics Total number of Chapters = 118
There are 71 days to your first examination. Aim to finish your revision by May 18 th. This will allow you two and a half weeks to sit past examination papers. That leaves you 53 days of revision. Use this information to plan YOUR revision. IF you start now that’s approximately two chapters a night.
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lunch Lesson 4 Lesson 5 Evening Time 1 - Evening Time 2 - Evening Time 3 - Evening Time 4 - Evening Time 5 -
Be organised – know what your target is for that session. Remove distractions – phone/TV/console. Read and learn the chosen chapters Visit websites such as BBC bitesize/Doc Brown Summarise from memory the important points on a Flash Card
Is the other half of exam preparation. If used correctly, sitting past examination papers will secure a good grade. Mark your own exam paper. Study the mark scheme and all the possible answers which are awarded a mark and answers which are not accepted. LEARN how to answer a question. In difficulty, ask teachers for help.
More work = Less stress. Yr11 - 8 GCSE examinations. Keep on top of your schoolwork. Revise effectively for end of unit tests and Mock examinations. Revise AGAIN for your GCSE examinations.