Make a revision timetable and revise early:-)

Alisha Nawaz

How early would you suggest to start revising for exams?

Emily Cox

relax due to the fact that once it is done it is over

alex G

Drink lots of water and get lots of sleep. Also take lots of revision breaks!

Gabriel Ali

What can be the examples of good timetables. When do you wake up? When do you go and com from school? Personally, I don't know how to make timetables. The harder I try, the more I think that it becomes impossible. However timetables are great.
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I like to be called Angali/ Jara Hassan

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Personally, think it as if its going to be the best thing ever, don't think about grades, just get it over and done with! :)

Sans Hallahan

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Dan Squire

You should relax and sleep early :)

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Janice Tan Sue Wei

you need eating more dishes with protein: beefsteak, mutton and other meat

Gergiy Rat

no but if u take a quiet tym i think

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Sure, it's not necessary. Don't you take into account digestion? explains the process

Rachel Brook
By Elvis mutwale

What were the cause of the first world war?


mostly the nid for supremacy among powers

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Interesting thing is that first comment is pretty much right. I would say that if people would use common sense and tried to make their country to be the best they can make it without getting into each other's business, the world would be a better place. On 28 July, the Austro-Hungarians declared war on Serbia and subsequently invaded. Refer to the sentence before the fact... see how these things can be avoided? 

Stefania Dubrovic

killing franz ferdinand

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(This was one I wrote for my English exam in year... 7? I think.) Thunder fell outside her window, rain stabbing at its rough edges, peeling off more paint which had flaked off from on-going years. It was midnight, and the old grandfather clock could be heard ticking throughout the house, yet not another sound could be heard. Sighing sally arose from her bed, feet trailing behind. Nothing would ever be the same again, not since the incident. Shuddering at the thought, memories rushed by, filling the young girls head with fear. No, nothing would ever be the same.
Silently, sally walked down the stairs, remaining in the shadows. She had no idea why, but it felt safer this way. Reaching for a candle, she struck a match, then shaking it she watched the flame die away into nothing but smoke. Her mother used to help her down the stairs but… no she had to be brave. Wiping a single tear from her cheek, she cautiously continued down the stairs. Shadows took on sickening shapes, and it did nothing to help but let small screams echo from her pale lips.
Twisted trees that looked like hands wavered in the moonlight. Hurrying, the young lass jogged down the stairs, her hands shaking with fright. I made it, she thought looking behind. But will I make it back?
Lightning flickered outside, thunder slowly following in its wake. Harsh winds attacked the house, causing strange sounds to echo from deep within. What am I even doing? In truth no one knew. And there was only her. ‘Nooo!!’ screamed a voice. Instantly the memories flooded back. The blood, pain… and death. Too much for a young girl to take in. Yet somehow, only she knew she was alive. And only she knew that they were dead. Nobody cared to visit the house, they feared it. Sally once had friends, but they stopped visiting over time.
The torture of being a lone soul, trapped within this hell hole which was all she had left. It was all there was to keep her going. No friends, no family- just herself and the dark. Though why her- what had she ever done wrong?
In truth she didn’t know, and a part of her doubted she ever would. Little did she know how wrong she could be…


Wow what a story! I would love to read the rest!!

Amber Ainsley

I agree Amber, this is a great story! I want to read more!

Mia Walton
By Saalehahussain

I am currently a grade D in maths. I really like maths but for some reason I'm not good at it. I am thinking of studying accountancy in college but I need a grade b. plz help me my GCSE exams are in May, how can I improve


I am also having my GCSEs in May as well and my grade is a C, currently. i suggest practising past papers. But i would highly recommend you to buy MathsWatch CDs that will cover all the topics and explain them in detail. The CD also contains questions. The maximum price of both Foundation and Higher combined will cost about £4. I really hope this helps.


Past papers are honestly a godsend. If you are stuck on one topic, then try looking at your exam board's specification for maths (the list of topics that you are required to know). Go through it, perhaps with your teacher, and look at each point on it. If you are sure you know it, then tick it off. If you don't know it, then leave it. Once you are done, take a systematic approach at writing down what you think you know for a certain point, work out the gaps in that knowledge, and either ask your teacher, look through your book, or research it online. Summarise all the things you learnt from these, and write them down. After you feel confident in that point, do some past paper questions on the subject to make sure that you know it, and if you get them all right, then move on to the next point. By the time you get to the end of the specification, you should know everything you need to know, and you can walk into the exam with a smile on your face!

Joshua Pearson

I would advise taking core maths if you are currently failing because it will be a lot easier to deal with and will still be a great qualification to have.

Amber Ainsley

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