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Start studying German GCSE Edexcel: Dealing with Problems Foundation. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The Pearson Edexcel Level 1/Level 2 GCSE (9–1) in Germanis designed for use in schools and colleges. It is part of a suite of GCSE qualifications offered by Pearson.
I only got an A in GCSE German but like vxrz said, do as well as you can on the controlled assessments and then your exam grades are less crucial try finding a German penfriend or someone who studies A level or is fluent in German and ask them to listen to you babble in German. Follow 6 First of all, unless you want to apply to Oxbridge or any other top 5 unis, your German GCSE grade is unlikely to affect your application assuming you don't want to study it at uni!
If you really want a good grade and struggle with it, you will have to put the work in. If you have a vocab book, pick out what you think are the most important words and learn them! It's tedious, but it'll definitely help you.
Grammar is also important, but at GCSE you can get away with just knowing specific phrases and the basics of each tense. Feel free to ask if you need them clarifying Opinion phrases will also get you far.
Follow 7 Original post by OneDayIwill wo wohnst du? Follow 8 Sorry for my awful German, it's been 2 years since I did it. Follow 9 Original post by Funtry Hallo. Just learn the Vocab and key verbs, then it's a doddle. Follow 10 Follow 11 Macht dir keine Sorgen und viel Glueck! Follow 12 Original post by LithiumSalts I only got an A in GCSE German but like vxrz said, do as well as you can on the controlled assessments and then your exam grades are less crucial try finding a German penfriend or someone who studies A level or is fluent in German and ask them to listen to you babble in German.
Follow 13 Original post by Purple Giraffe Hallo! Follow 14 Follow 15 Original post by AblazeChroma Thanks, our teacher told us to make a account on this "pen-friend" website. Hopefully it helps with my German. Follow 16 Original post by Prof Dumbledore I am pretty much in the same position as you but am in year I was doing alright in german in year 9 but then not so good in year 10 and Anyway i was wondering if you could tell me about that "pen-friend" website, as i really need as much help as i can get.
Butterfly Follow 11 followers 3 badges Send a private message to Butterfly Follow 17 Follow 18 Original post by Butterfly Guten Abend! Follow 19 Original post by AblazeChroma Yep, I'll let you know about it when our teacher give us the website. German Follow 71 followers 19 badges Send a private message to German Follow 20 This forum is supported by: Cambridge decisions FAQ Support and chat. Official Oxford decisions thread. My daily routine is Do you have a Role Model?
University of Cambridge Replies: Advice on picking A levels. The 6th Form subreddit is for you! Edexcel maths paper 3 unofficial mark scheme is already out! Dunno how I fucked up the Venn diagrams. Also, completely misread the arc question and worked out the length of the minor arc.
I'm okay with this mark; hopefully it saves my 8 but I'm still kinda disappointed as all 3 papers should've been like this but I fucked P1 and P2 due to my shit timing. It might be depending on what you get on the other papers, if you get that on all of the papers then I'd say maybe around a 6.
Well I thought the question asked for x not the percentage. Okay wtf, bunch of people are saying how they are going for 8s and 9s and here I am, one of the best at maths in second set, barely scraping a 6, fuck me. I think i got around 60 but cant remember some answers and ill get some method marks so hoping for the best: That mark scheme is wrong for a few questions - eg Zoe was actually incorrect about adding the probabilities.
The correct answer is that she was wrong because the probabilities were independent from each other. Either way it was only 1 mark: No, if the chance of wearing size 7 shoes is 0.
Grow your Grades Replies: I forgot how odd numbers worked.
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