How to ACE Your GCSEs

Updated for 2017 and applicable for exams in 2018/2019, How to ACE your GCSEs teaches you how to ACE your exams. No matter how smart or behind you may think you are this book will teach you how to revise… properly!

 

Written by #1 bestselling author of How to ACE Your A-levels, Raja outlines how to achieve top grades at GCSE. Read this book to learn how to beat the system and dominate exams using information your teachers may not be aware of. Written from a student’s perspective, How to ACE Your GCSEs provides highly relatable, honest and straightforward guidance on how to achieve As and A*s.

Raja gives the keys to his tried and tested 3 step plan:

 

Step 1 – Method. Find out what top students do to secure top marks in exams.

 

Step 2 – Study Cycle. The term ‘work hard’ is often thrown around with no explanation. Working hard is a skill in itself which must be understood and practiced. Read examples of other students and their day-to-day habits during the academic year to help you gauge how much is enough.

 

Step 3 – Motivation. Increase your attention span through simple and effective tricks. Understand the damaging insecurities that hold you back from reaching your maximum potential and tackle them head on.

 

Read this book and arm yourself with techniques that will help you ACE your GCSEs and every other exam you may take during the rest of your life.

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162 Comments
  • Hey Raja
    I have recently just gone into year 11 and I am sitting the new gcse but I done my English language gcse. While I was doing my English language gcse I never finished section b in paper 1 of my gcse and question 7a and 7b in paper 2 Because I was so nervous I didn’t know what overcame me. I ended up getting a 5 and I am thinking of retaking and aiming for an A. I have many break downs because I always think that I’m going to fail the end of year exams were pretty awful since I ended up getting 3s when at the beginning of the year I was getting 7s. I just need a good way to revise so I can get those 7 and 8s and I was wondering if your book could help me thank you

    September 12, 2017 at 8:31 pm
    • Prav
      Reply

      Hey Raja
      For the first layer of learning am I supposed to cover every topic in the subject.

      September 18, 2017 at 7:48 pm
        • Prav
          Reply

          Ok Raja thanks a lot

          September 19, 2017 at 8:25 pm
  • Hi!
    I’m about to sit my GCSEs in the next cohort (April 2018), which means I belong to the first group of students to do the very first version of the new GCSEs, which means huge curriculum changes as well as the obvious 9-1 grading system change.

    Will this book still work?

    Cheers!

    September 7, 2017 at 7:13 pm
  • Claire Morris
    Reply

    Dear Anshul,

    I have read your book and it’s amazing! Unfortunately, I’m a bit confused about the scribble technique and spend an hour but only get 2 pages done. Can you explain to me what I am doing wrong?

    Claire

    April 18, 2017 at 12:49 pm
  • Lewis
    Reply

    Hello again. I just wanted to let you know that I’m a few days away from completing my first layer. For the second, I’m going to use the scribble technique for the fact recall subjects and hopefully will be much quicker this time round. I plan to do past papers and practice questions in workbooks especially for maths since I’m doing the 9-1 course for it. Is there anything else I should do? I hope to achieve 5 A*s minimum by the end of year 11 and be offered a place at UCL.

    Once again thank you for your help

    February 4, 2017 at 4:44 pm
  • Lewis
    Reply

    Hello, I’ve received quite a few of my mock results and so far I haven’t had to retake any and have managed to get some good grades. The majority I got Bs but only 1 or 2 marks from an A which really disappoints me. I just got my Biology and Physics results and I ended up with Ds. I couldn’t believe it science is something I work really hard on and I still got a D. I will admit I did my layer 1 science revision back in November and didn’t look at it since. Although I did when the mocks were coming up. My teacher sat me down and talked to me and she was outraged with how I performed. I finally realised what the issue was. I’m able to understand content and work in class with ease, but when it comes to the exam, I’m a nervous wreck and don’t seem to understand what the question is asking. Is there anything I can do to ensure that doesn’t happen? Thank you

    January 17, 2017 at 3:11 pm
      • Lewis
        Reply

        I did it for 2 weeks like you said for the first layer. But my teacher actually called me over the next day and apparently the marks were miss counted and instead I got a B in biology and an A in physics. My mock results are actually quite good. Although some I got Cs so I’m going to everything I can to get A*s. I want to achieve 5 A*s minimum at the end of GCSE so I can go to UCL.

        January 20, 2017 at 6:36 pm
  • Liv
    Reply

    Is your book still relevant and helpful for the new GCSEs? I’ll be sitting mine in 2018, with he new 1-9 system, and they’ve completely changed and become so much harder? What does this book cover? My main struggles are time management, focus and revision techniques- I’ve gotten through my whole life at top of the class with no revision and now I’m still doing fine by I want to ensure I am the best in my year group. If I’m going to get into Cambridge, this is important!

    January 4, 2017 at 10:59 pm

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