This is the final week of work for all iGCSE year 11 Biologists.
For the D block boys I teach, think back to those first few days at the start of F block when you had your new uniforms that didn’t fit and consider how much you have changed and learned in the intervening years. Now with just one final week of Biology revision to go, this is the time to make those final steps in your journey to an A* grade.
It is so easy when the GCSE exams are almost done to relax, to ease up a little and not give of your best this week. Please don’t do this – there is plenty of time for relaxing and easing up in late June, July and August. You can still make a big difference to your chances next Monday if you can keep working hard for the final few days.
1) If you need more example of past paper 2s, please get in touch via email/Twitter or by commenting on the blog.
2) If you want to go through any past papers you have completed with me, contact me to fix up a time to meet up.
3) Why not have a go at one of my Zondle revision challenges this week?; next one is Monday 9pm – see Twitter feed for details of how to register.
4) Keep looking over your revision notes, keep practising questions and focus your revision now on the topics most likely to appear. See my earlier post on question-spotting for paper 2 if you haven’t already.