While facing the fact that you failed GCSE exams may be a lot to process, the point is that it’s not the end of the world. Here are is what you can do if you didn’t get the grades you needed to pass and move on to A Level.
Feel petrified with the thought of studying non-stop for extended periods of time? Studying for your exam may be tough work, but doesn't have to be dull. A great study break is the key to making the best use of your time during GCSE, A-level, IB or University preparation.
A speech is simply an official verbal presentation that is meant to achieve a certain goal. The aim of making a speech or even writing one, could be to convince the target audience to buy your idea or even pay attention to your subject of discussion. Here are a few tips to help you score top marks in your GCSE English exam.
The phrase problem solving has been a buzzword in education in recent years. Containing more content, it is an express aim of the new-style GCSEs to train students to become better problem solvers. However, whilst a lot of time in the classroom is spent learning topics, problem solving skills are different.