How to ACE Your GCSEs

Updated for 2018 and applicable for exams in 2019/2020, 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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  • Georgie James

    Thank you so much I am really feeling motivated towards GCSEs now instead of quite demoralised. For the scribble technique when you write down everything you remember the second time is that extra things that you missed last time or everything again? I hope this makes sense

    January 6, 2019 at 7:45 pm
  • Becky Gillan

    Thank you so much for writing How to Ace Your Nat 5s. Due to the study tips in this book I managed to achieve 8 As at National 5 (all at band one)! This book also changed my perspective on exams and helped me to believe that if I worked hard, I could get good grades.

    I would appreciate if you could give me any extra tips on preparing for Highers.

    August 15, 2018 at 10:27 am
  • Taylor linley

    Hi,I read your book yesterday and I think it’s helped me understand how I can move forward with my studying,but I’ve only got 10 weeks left until my GCSE’s how would you organise my layers in the time I have?

    March 10, 2018 at 8:51 am
  • Devi

    It has taken me over a month just to get 3/4s of the way through one of my textbooks for GCSEs using the scribble method. In the book you estimated it should take around two weeks on page 36… What am I doing wrong? I’m worried that I won’t have enough time to finish all of my subjects if it has taken this long to get through 3/4s of the textbook.

    January 14, 2018 at 11:19 am
  • Nafisa Zilani

    Hi, I have recently started reading this book. It’s brilliant! I can relate so much to it and it has shown my a new pathway to follow and pointed to me exactly what I am doing wrong. However, one thing I’m really confused about is, can I use revision guides made by exam boards instead of textbook? This is particularly for french since with the actual textbook I am unable to do the scribble. What do I do?

    January 12, 2018 at 7:57 pm
  • Jenny anderson

    Hi, I’m currently reading your book for the first time, I’ve just finished page 43. (It’s great so far.) Layering sounds like a great technique however I don’t think I could only study one for subject 2 weeks as I have end of unit tests regularly for all subjects and want to achieve my predicted grades in them to keep up my confidence for exams as it is something I’ve struggled with in the past. What would u suggest?I’m in year 11, my exams begin in may

    January 10, 2018 at 8:08 pm
  • Hi, with the scribble technique do you try and remember the whole page and write it down or little bits of it (like a physics equation) thanks

    January 7, 2018 at 12:50 pm

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