WHAT WE WILL COVER Introduction to Knowing What to Study Revision checklists
Exam Papers Marking Schemes INTRODUCTION
Students sometimes dive into revision without planning You must know what to study before you can study it An effective studier has a detailed plan of what they need to
cover in each subject EXERCISE 1 RATE YOURSELF FROM 1 - 10 ON YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF HOW TO STUDY
1 = NO IDEA 10 = KNOW IT ALL REVISION CHECKLISTS LIST THE TOPICS THAT YOU MUST REVISE ON YOUR LEAVING CERTIFICATE ENGLISH PAPERS 1 & 2
CHECK REVISION CHECKLISTS Now compare your answers to the revision checklists available on skool.ie
Link to : English Revision Checklists on skool.ie Did you think of all the topics? REVISION CHECKLISTS REVISION CHECKLIST EXAMPLE: HL ENGLISH PAPER 1
REVISION CHECKLISTS There are revision checklists available for every subject on skool.ie. These detailed checklists go through exactly what you need to know for
each subject You can also prepare your own revision checklist by going through past exam papers and through your textbook and class materials. List the topics on your exam and what you need to know for each topic.
You can then work off this revision checklist right up until your exam in June. You can tick off topics as you cover them ideally you will tick a topic 2 or 3 times by the time you get to the leaving cert, revising it twice or
three times. EXAM PAPERS Google Leaving Cert Exam Papers EXAM PAPERS
The past leaving certificate exam papers are available online in every subject and year. http://www.examinations.ie/exammaterialarchive/
It is important to review the past exam papers for each subject that you are taking in the exam. EXAM PAPERS Now Study in Detail What is the format of the exam?
What type of questions come up year after year? What is the timing on the paper?
( 200 marks / 200 minutes = 1 mark per minute ) 100 mins CHECK YOUR ANSWERS Google Leaving Cert Marking Schemes
MARKING SCHEMES Now Study in Detail Know what they are looking for
Know how marks are awarded KNOWING WHAT TO STUDY Now you know what you have to study
You have looked at and printed off all your revision checklists for each subject that you are studying You have familiarised yourself with all past exam papers and know the format of the exam, the type of questions that come up & the timings on each paper
You have reviewed past marking schemes and know what examiners are looking for and how marks are awarded WELL DONE, You are now a step closer to the finish line!
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