CAIE Oct/Nov 2020 session discussion

Messages
20
Reaction score
13
Points
3
Hey, my name is shehliza. I'll be appearing in the Oct/Nov session to give Isl, Pak std and urdu. Although, in the start of 2020, i prepared for these 3 subjects for about 2 and a half months before a global pandemic hit us and I've forgot a lot since then so any preparation tips for when your papers are hardly two months away , would be very helpful. One more thing, any of the A* students, how much did you guys study in the last 2 months?
The anxiety you are experiencing is normal but what you have to do is mostly past papers in this time if you are prepared already and just calm down plus dont ask others the amount of time time the studied because we all have a different iq level.
 
Messages
4
Reaction score
1
Points
3
The anxiety you are experiencing is normal but what you have to do is mostly past papers in this time if you are prepared already and just calm down plus dont ask others the amount of time time the studied because we all have a different iq level.
well, I'm not prepared, It's hardly been two weeks since i have been revising and with eid coming up and all, i think my revision will may end in august and I will only have like hardly a month for a yearly, if any idea or plan anyone of you is following, it'll be great if you share
 
Messages
20
Reaction score
13
Points
3
i think you should make a timetable which is easy to follow and try topical for geography so that you can see various kinds of questions that come from a topic.for example i saw that for topogrophy and found out that mainly only maps come.focus more on chapters like power resources agriculture and trade.Questions usually come from these three chapters.And continue doing yearly while preparing.Its ok if you get answers wong cause hts going to happen even after u r done revising.
 
Last edited:
Messages
4
Reaction score
1
Points
3
i think you should make a timetable which is easy to follow and try topical for geography so that you can see various kinds of questions that come from a topic.for example i saw that for topogrophy and found out that mainly only maps come.focus more on chapters like power resources agriculture and trade.Questions usually come from these three chapters.And continue doing yearly while preparing.Its ok if you get answers wong cause hts going to happen even after u r done revising.
Thank you, that's some excellent advice. One, how many years of pastpapers do you think would be enough? and if i only study geograpgy from the huma naz sethi book, would that be enough? and islamiyat only from hammad bin nishaat book? one last thing, is it a hundred percent sure that oct november session would happen?
 
Messages
20
Reaction score
13
Points
3
First of all Its not hundred percent sure but u should be wishing thats the case because you obviously have to give 5 more exams in next may june which are the comparatively tougher subjects and in any case if you have to give 8 exams it will be a lot of burden.I personally am reading the farkhanda noor muhammad book and sir muzzamil mehmood notes for islamiat.For geography humaz nethi book should be enough for a star but it is difficult to go through it as there is a lot of detail and for revision notes and resources try vising gce guide website where you can get notes and resources for geography.Do as many past papers as you can.Last ten years should be enough.
 
Messages
4
Reaction score
1
Points
3
Yeah, I hope so too. Sir muzamil's notes? If they are exceptionally good notes and will definitely get you a star then pls send a pdf file. Yeah, huma naz stehi does have a lot of details and I'll visit the gceguide website. History from nigel kelly, right>? and history section three tipss?
 
Top