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    • Amanda65
    • By Amanda65 30th Apr 06, 10:58 PM
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    Amanda65
    • #2
    • 30th Apr 06, 10:58 PM
    • #2
    • 30th Apr 06, 10:58 PM
    Thank you - very useful indeed
  • newmoneysaver47
    • #3
    • 1st May 06, 12:15 AM
    Free Bite size Revison guides
    • #3
    • 1st May 06, 12:15 AM
    Hi,

    Thanks for that very useful thread, should encourage DD to crack on with revison !

  • voucher_queen
    • #4
    • 1st May 06, 9:27 PM
    free bitesize revision notes
    • #4
    • 1st May 06, 9:27 PM
    I have just registered and the subjects below are the one available

    GCSE Art and Design - Glossary
    GCSE Business Studies - Glossary and Revision Notes
    GCSE English - Glossary and Revision Notes
    GCSE French - Revision Notes
    GCSE Geography - Revision Notes
    GCSE German - Revision Notes
    GCSE History (Modern World History) - Glossary and Revision Notes
    GCSE History (Schools History Project) - Glossary and Revision Notes
    GCSE Maths (intermediate level) - Glossary and Revision Notes
    GCSE Maths (higher level) - Glossary and Revision Notes
    GCSE Religious Studies - Glossary and Revision Notes
    GCSE Science (higher level) - Glossary and Revision Notes
    GCSE Science (foundation level) - Glossary and Revision Notes
    GCSE Spanish - Revision Notes

    plus some free monthly planners
  • michaelsutherland
    • #5
    • 3rd May 06, 9:36 AM
    • #5
    • 3rd May 06, 9:36 AM
    If you check out

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/revision/

    you can find some great material for revising - I use them with my GCSE Maths learners. They also have more levels - covering a lot of foundation papers as well. You can also use them for all ages - including a pre-school section and AS Level.

    For adult learners lokign to brush up skills check out

    http://www.bbc.co.u/skillswise

    which covers adult literacy and numeracy.
  • michaelsutherland
    • #6
    • 3rd May 06, 9:42 AM
    • #6
    • 3rd May 06, 9:42 AM
    Sorry but that last link should be

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise
  • madbat
    • #7
    • 3rd May 06, 7:43 PM
    thanks
    • #7
    • 3rd May 06, 7:43 PM
    yey thanks for this doin my GCSEs this year but even more help would be someone oferin to swap places with me and do my GCSE french oral on monday AHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! SAVE ME
    insert extremly witty and clever name here and thats me!!!
  • smith.myles
    • #8
    • 4th May 06, 5:02 PM
    • #8
    • 4th May 06, 5:02 PM
    good luck with that. my first is 23rd (ICT)
  • madbat
    • #9
    • 5th May 06, 10:15 PM
    Good luck
    • #9
    • 5th May 06, 10:15 PM
    Yer you too, good luck aleast when its over we r free!!!!!!!!!!!1
    insert extremly witty and clever name here and thats me!!!
  • jaffacakes
    I also have ICT on the 23rd. HELP!
    • mark_dumpleton
    • By mark_dumpleton 6th May 06, 9:09 AM
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    mark_dumpleton
    I did mmy ICT last year, in year 10.......You needed something like 98/100 to get an A* (which they use some formula to get a UMS score or something) and I got 96/100 I think!

    Yeah, I had my french oral on Tuesday, did terribly but the notes DO help lol.....

    Good luck to all of you that have exams, my first proper one is my Music listening on the 22nd!
    • blackicerose
    • By blackicerose 6th May 06, 4:43 PM
    • 297 Posts
    • 2,230 Thanks
    blackicerose
    yey thanks for this doin my GCSEs this year but even more help would be someone oferin to swap places with me and do my GCSE french oral on monday AHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! SAVE ME
    by madbat
    Good luck, did my french oral last friday and did extremely well! Remember to revise starter sentences like je voudrais, je vais and that kinda thing. Good luck to anyone else doing french
  • janiemumoffive
    THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!! I am a single mum and almost disparing over my 16 year olds lack of interest in her exams - I registered as said and then printted off all the subjects (FREE) and gave them to her - she is thrilled, its made it so much easier for her - Everyone with year 11's must try this site...
    JanieJanie
    • keith234
    • By keith234 4th Aug 06, 12:09 AM
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    keith234
    great stuff
    It's nice to be important but it's important to be nice!

    If u think my post has been helpful, push my 'thanks' button cheers
  • MOONLIGHTVELLA
    Thankyou these very useful downloaded all my daughters subjects thanks again
    • Triker
    • By Triker 19th May 07, 10:09 AM
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    Triker
    Thank you, have registered in preparation for next year. Great freebie.
    DFW Nerd 267. DEBT FREE 11.06.08
    Stick to It by R.B. Stanfield
    It matters not if you try and fail,
    And fail, and try again; But it matters much if you try and fail, And fail to try again.
    • icefall
    • By icefall 14th Jun 07, 12:23 AM
    • 1,091 Posts
    • 657 Thanks
    icefall
    just done a search and found this thread

    very useful cheers op
    I always wanted to be a procrastinator, never got round to it...
  • hopingtolose
    edexcel
    have registered on site, but downloads cost £2.98 each - have i done something wrong?
  • johners74
    Hundreds of free interactive revision resources
    If you go to www.what2learn.com you can register for free accounts to access hundreds of educational games and activities. Covering a wide range of subjects, these are aimed at students in secondary schools. All of your child's scores will be automatically calculated and recorded for you to see they are making good progress.

    Based on materials provided by the Pearson Publishing Group, What2Learn is a great way to get unomotivated teenagers actually learning something that will help them in their exams.
    • Oasis1
    • By Oasis1 2nd Jan 08, 3:42 PM
    • 378 Posts
    • 401 Thanks
    Oasis1
    Thank you so much, I've printed out every one I need

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