We can do it!          Year 11 Preparing for the final stage of your GCSEs
You have had your mock results. You areeither feeling:  –   Elated  –   Disappointed  –   Quietly confident  –   In a stat...
Mocks – how was it for you?1. Did you get the grades you were expecting in your mocks?     Much better than I      General...
5.List the subjects that you intend to improve upon before coursework deadlines or GCSEexams start.1.2.3.4.5.             ...
Either way, it is absolutely crucial thatyou approach the final stages of yourGCSEs focused, motivated and with aclear ide...
4 steps to perfect revisionTask 1 -In 2/3’s come up withyour list of 4 things important     for effective revision
Step 1: When?• Start now!• Experiment to find the  best time of day for  your concentration  then keep that time  slot for...
GCSE TimelinesMonday 14th May – Wednesday 27th June             From Today          13 ½ school weeks       (we are curren...
Step 2: What?• Get a list of topics from  each of your teachers• Highlight your  weaknesses• Start at the beginning of  ea...
Step 3:Where? • Quiet room with a desk or tableAvoid:• TV• Computer games• PSP                Ask yourself this:• Wii     ...
Step 4:How? part (i)• Plan your time – make a revision  timetable• Get the things you will need – revision  guides, class ...
Step 4: How? part (ii)• Re-write notes• Condense notes into bullet points  or mind maps• Highlight important information• ...
Today is the first day of the rest of  your GCSEs, so let’s make a start.Task 1Highlight your exams on the exam calendar o...
Being clear about what your schedule will be for the months ahead willhelp you to prepare both mentally and physically for...
Visual learners need diagrams, mind maps, DVD clipsAural learners need to hear it, say it, sing itRead/write learners need...
Weekday Revision Timetable               Before study leaveTime    Suggestion                                 What are you...
Study Leave Revision TimetableTime      Suggestion     Monday   Tuesday      Wednesday         Thursday          Friday   ...
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Y11 Mock Results & Summer Timetable

  1. 1. We can do it! Year 11 Preparing for the final stage of your GCSEs
  2. 2. You have had your mock results. You areeither feeling: – Elated – Disappointed – Quietly confident – In a state of panicHopefully, none of you are feeling nothing!Let’s take a few moments to reflect onand learn from mock results day.
  3. 3. Mocks – how was it for you?1. Did you get the grades you were expecting in your mocks? Much better than I Generally what I Generally worse than Much worse than what expected expected what I expected I expected2. Describe your feelings when you received your results Pleased on the whole, More disappointed Really happy the odd Really disappointed than happy disappointment3. List three things that you did to prepare for the mocks that went really well and that youwould do again as you prepare for the real exams.1.2.3.4. List three things that you need to avoid doing as you prepare for the real exams1.2.3.
  4. 4. 5.List the subjects that you intend to improve upon before coursework deadlines or GCSEexams start.1.2.3.4.5. 6. What are you going to do to improve on these?  Focus in class  Be more positive  Don’t distract others or get distracted  Put time and effort into coursework  Do all my homework to the best of my ability  Reduce the amount of time I go out in the evening  Attend after school revision sessions  Ask for help when I get stuck  Buy the revision guides I need  Organise my notes  Turn off FB, COD, BB until I have finished my work
  5. 5. Either way, it is absolutely crucial thatyou approach the final stages of yourGCSEs focused, motivated and with aclear idea how to time manage forcoursework assignments and how toprepare thoroughly and effectively foryour exams.
  6. 6. 4 steps to perfect revisionTask 1 -In 2/3’s come up withyour list of 4 things important for effective revision
  7. 7. Step 1: When?• Start now!• Experiment to find the best time of day for your concentration then keep that time slot for your revision and nothing else• Do not cram the night before your exam
  8. 8. GCSE TimelinesMonday 14th May – Wednesday 27th June From Today 13 ½ school weeks (we are currently 13 ½ weeks in) 68 School Days (we have done 70 so far)
  9. 9. Step 2: What?• Get a list of topics from each of your teachers• Highlight your weaknesses• Start at the beginning of each list and follow the list in order
  10. 10. Step 3:Where? • Quiet room with a desk or tableAvoid:• TV• Computer games• PSP Ask yourself this:• Wii “would you rather• Facebook do badly or• Distractions! worse, fail an exam, for the sake of FB chatting or COD Black Ops?”
  11. 11. Step 4:How? part (i)• Plan your time – make a revision timetable• Get the things you will need – revision guides, class notes, helpful websites, past papers, equipment especially pen and paper• Revise for 40 minute slots then have a break
  12. 12. Step 4: How? part (ii)• Re-write notes• Condense notes into bullet points or mind maps• Highlight important information• Use silly stories or mnemonics to memorise lists of information or facts• Read notes out loud• Test yourself or get someone to test you• Re-read your notes• Attempt a past paper. Get it marked and ask for feedback• Ask your teacher for help if you get stuck
  13. 13. Today is the first day of the rest of your GCSEs, so let’s make a start.Task 1Highlight your exams on the exam calendar on the next page.Task 2Can you recall your learning style, what does it mean?Task 3Working backwards from each exam date, complete yourrevision timetable.Task 4Start your revision this week. Use the top tips from yoursubject teachers to help you.
  14. 14. Being clear about what your schedule will be for the months ahead willhelp you to prepare both mentally and physically for the exam season. Provisional Exams Calendar
  15. 15. Visual learners need diagrams, mind maps, DVD clipsAural learners need to hear it, say it, sing itRead/write learners need to read it, write it, write itagain without lookingKinaesthetic learners need to make it, act it, useinteractive ICT, do exam questions
  16. 16. Weekday Revision Timetable Before study leaveTime Suggestion What are you going to do16:00 Get home, have a snack & drink16:15 Do any homework you have been set17:15 Relax time Meet up with friends, Facebook, Twitter, games18:00 Revise subject A18:45 Dinner19:15 Revise subject B20:00 Test yourself on what you have revised this evening20:30 Relax time – watch TV21:45 Go to bed & get at least 8 hours sleep
  17. 17. Study Leave Revision TimetableTime Suggestion Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Baked beans09:00 – on toast for breakfast 10:15 Maths Remember10:30 – to get a 11:15 drink! English11:30 – Science 12:15 Don’t take the break and get a12:30 – longer lunch! 13:15 LUNCH14:00 – Option A 14:45 Go for a15:00 – quick walk 15:45 to wake up Option B Time for a reward – Facebook, Twitter, gaming19:00 – Option C 20:00 Relax

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