Full O-Level GUIDANCE AND HELP!

Messages
52
Reaction score
40
Points
28
Hi, I was preparing thermal physics from the past papers but there are some questions which i didn't study for because those are not in the syllabus, like... cooling and heating curves etc, so should i just leave those or study about them?? will any such question appear in exams??
 
Messages
14
Reaction score
2
Points
13
Can I prepare with the Red Spot or Explanations from Marking scheme for Islamiyat, Pak Studies and Urdu?
Please help because I want to get A* in all three papers of mine to be appear in May 2016

Hello everyone! :)

Since there is ONLY one month left till CIE exams.

If anyone wants any personal help or guidance regarding ANY O-Level/IGCSE subject, feel free to message me here on xpc. I can provide you the best tips and tricks to ace these exams, since I finished my O-Level last year in 2014. Most of my papers, especially Maths, Add-Maths, Physics, Chemistry were close to perfect - almost no mistakes.

O-Level is not just about memorizing things from a book. It has a set pattern, and only if the correct strategy is adopted can an A* be achieved. You need to actually understand what the subject is about, and analyze the type of questions they give to be able to score highly. If you blindly go and give the exam, the result might not be what you want it to be. I have seen many cases like this. People expect A's and end up with a B. You need careful and meticulous preparation in order to master a subject to perfection.

Anyways, I gave the following subjects:

English
Urdu Second Language
Pakistan Studies
Islamiyat
Mathematics
Physics
Chemistry
Biology
Additional Mathematics
Sociology
Environmental Management
Business studies
Commerce
Economics
Information and Communication Technology
Commercial Studies
International Mathematics
Travel and Tourism
Combined Science
Human and Social Biology

Alhamdulillah, i got 15 A*'s and 5 A's in them, back in 2014.

So if you need any help, whether it is a past paper question that is troubling you.. or if you can't decide how to prepare for a subject..just contact me (message me here on xpc). ^__^

Good Luck to everyone! :p
 
Messages
3,412
Reaction score
9,812
Points
523
Can I prepare with the Red Spot or Explanations from Marking scheme for Islamiyat, Pak Studies and Urdu?
Please help because I want to get A* in all three papers of mine to be appear in May 2016
Marking Schemes are better, so go through them to understand what the examiners look for in our answers.
 
Messages
2
Reaction score
1
Points
3
Can I prepare with the Red Spot or Explanations from Marking scheme for Islamiyat, Pak Studies and Urdu?
Please help because I want to get A* in all three papers of mine to be appear in May 2016
Hello everyone! :)

Since there is ONLY one month left till CIE exams.

If anyone wants any personal help or guidance regarding ANY O-Level/IGCSE subject, feel free to message me here on xpc. I can provide you the best tips and tricks to ace these exams, since I finished my O-Level last year in 2014. Most of my papers, especially Maths, Add-Maths, Physics, Chemistry were close to perfect - almost no mistakes.

O-Level is not just about memorizing things from a book. It has a set pattern, and only if the correct strategy is adopted can an A* be achieved. You need to actually understand what the subject is about, and analyze the type of questions they give to be able to score highly. If you blindly go and give the exam, the result might not be what you want it to be. I have seen many cases like this. People expect A's and end up with a B. You need careful and meticulous preparation in order to master a subject to perfection.

Anyways, I gave the following subjects:

English
Urdu Second Language
Pakistan Studies
Islamiyat
Mathematics
Physics
Chemistry
Biology
Additional Mathematics
Sociology
Environmental Management
Business studies
Commerce
Economics
Information and Communication Technology
Commercial Studies
International Mathematics
Travel and Tourism
Combined Science
Human and Social Biology

Alhamdulillah, i got 15 A*'s and 5 A's in them, back in 2014.

So if you need any help, whether it is a past paper question that is troubling you.. or if you can't decide how to prepare for a subject..just contact me (message me here on xpc). ^__^

Good Luck to everyone! :p
hey i am really worried about my cie exams which are in a month or so ! my main prob is that i dont quite understand the concept of marking scheme and i just read that we have to like write 7 paragraphs ?? i would be very thankful if u would pleaseeeeeee explain me the marking scheme and the writing pattern of PST paper 1 answers.
and also please explain me the concept of levels in paper 1 and what to write in them .
and how to write a 10 marks question in islamiat like the pattern to write it.
 
Messages
52
Reaction score
40
Points
28
Hello everyone! :)

Since there is ONLY one month left till CIE exams.

If anyone wants any personal help or guidance regarding ANY O-Level/IGCSE subject, feel free to message me here on xpc. I can provide you the best tips and tricks to ace these exams, since I finished my O-Level last year in 2014. Most of my papers, especially Maths, Add-Maths, Physics, Chemistry were close to perfect - almost no mistakes.

O-Level is not just about memorizing things from a book. It has a set pattern, and only if the correct strategy is adopted can an A* be achieved. You need to actually understand what the subject is about, and analyze the type of questions they give to be able to score highly. If you blindly go and give the exam, the result might not be what you want it to be. I have seen many cases like this. People expect A's and end up with a B. You need careful and meticulous preparation in order to master a subject to perfection.

Anyways, I gave the following subjects:

English
Urdu Second Language
Pakistan Studies
Islamiyat
Mathematics
Physics
Chemistry
Biology
Additional Mathematics
Sociology
Environmental Management
Business studies
Commerce
Economics
Information and Communication Technology
Commercial Studies
International Mathematics
Travel and Tourism
Combined Science
Human and Social Biology

Alhamdulillah, i got 15 A*'s and 5 A's in them, back in 2014.

So if you need any help, whether it is a past paper question that is troubling you.. or if you can't decide how to prepare for a subject..just contact me (message me here on xpc). ^__^

Good Luck to everyone! :p
how should i prepare or environmental management?? will studying the book with good understanding enough or i should study more about each of the topics from the internet??
 
Messages
3,412
Reaction score
9,812
Points
523
how should i prepare or environmental management?? will studying the book with good understanding enough or i should study more about each of the topics from the internet??
I just read the book, and got an A*.
That should be sufficient. I think its an endorsed book? If it is endorsed by Cambridge, it should cover the syllabus fully.
 
Messages
52
Reaction score
40
Points
28
anybody got notes of environmental management for strategies for saving energy?? im studying it from the book but i guess there s a lot missing in it.
 
Messages
52
Reaction score
40
Points
28
Hello everyone! :)

Since there is ONLY one month left till CIE exams.

If anyone wants any personal help or guidance regarding ANY O-Level/IGCSE subject, feel free to message me here on xpc. I can provide you the best tips and tricks to ace these exams, since I finished my O-Level last year in 2014. Most of my papers, especially Maths, Add-Maths, Physics, Chemistry were close to perfect - almost no mistakes.

O-Level is not just about memorizing things from a book. It has a set pattern, and only if the correct strategy is adopted can an A* be achieved. You need to actually understand what the subject is about, and analyze the type of questions they give to be able to score highly. If you blindly go and give the exam, the result might not be what you want it to be. I have seen many cases like this. People expect A's and end up with a B. You need careful and meticulous preparation in order to master a subject to perfection.

Anyways, I gave the following subjects:

English
Urdu Second Language
Pakistan Studies
Islamiyat
Mathematics
Physics
Chemistry
Biology
Additional Mathematics
Sociology
Environmental Management
Business studies
Commerce
Economics
Information and Communication Technology
Commercial Studies
International Mathematics
Travel and Tourism
Combined Science
Human and Social Biology

Alhamdulillah, i got 15 A*'s and 5 A's in them, back in 2014.

So if you need any help, whether it is a past paper question that is troubling you.. or if you can't decide how to prepare for a subject..just contact me (message me here on xpc). ^__^

Good Luck to everyone! :p
how to prepare for english literature?? should i just use the syllabus or is there any good book or website to study from?
 
Messages
78
Reaction score
23
Points
18
Hi, I wanted to ask which extra subject should I take for the October/November session, Ive heard Sociology and Environmental Management are fairly easy. What are your views? which one should I take ?
 
Messages
45
Reaction score
12
Points
18
Hi, I wanted to ask which extra subject should I take for the October/November session, Ive heard Sociology and Environmental Management are fairly easy. What are your views? which one should I take ?
sociology
 
Messages
1
Reaction score
0
Points
1
Hello everyone! :)

Since there is ONLY one month left till CIE exams.

If anyone wants any personal help or guidance regarding ANY O-Level/IGCSE subject, feel free to message me here on xpc. I can provide you the best tips and tricks to ace these exams, since I finished my O-Level last year in 2014. Most of my papers, especially Maths, Add-Maths, Physics, Chemistry were close to perfect - almost no mistakes.

O-Level is not just about memorizing things from a book. It has a set pattern, and only if the correct strategy is adopted can an A* be achieved. You need to actually understand what the subject is about, and analyze the type of questions they give to be able to score highly. If you blindly go and give the exam, the result might not be what you want it to be. I have seen many cases like this. People expect A's and end up with a B. You need careful and meticulous preparation in order to master a subject to perfection.

Anyways, I gave the following subjects:

English
Urdu Second Language
Pakistan Studies
Islamiyat
Mathematics
Physics
Chemistry
Biology
Additional Mathematics
Sociology
Environmental Management
Business studies
Commerce
Economics
Information and Communication Technology
Commercial Studies
International Mathematics
Travel and Tourism
Combined Science
Human and Social Biology

Alhamdulillah, i got 15 A*'s and 5 A's in them, back in 2014.

So if you need any help, whether it is a past paper question that is troubling you.. or if you can't decide how to prepare for a subject..just contact me (message me here on xpc). ^__^

Good Luck to everyone! :p
please guide me how to prepare for
Hello everyone! :)

Since there is ONLY one month left till CIE exams.

If anyone wants any personal help or guidance regarding ANY O-Level/IGCSE subject, feel free to message me here on xpc. I can provide you the best tips and tricks to ace these exams, since I finished my O-Level last year in 2014. Most of my papers, especially Maths, Add-Maths, Physics, Chemistry were close to perfect - almost no mistakes.

O-Level is not just about memorizing things from a book. It has a set pattern, and only if the correct strategy is adopted can an A* be achieved. You need to actually understand what the subject is about, and analyze the type of questions they give to be able to score highly. If you blindly go and give the exam, the result might not be what you want it to be. I have seen many cases like this. People expect A's and end up with a B. You need careful and meticulous preparation in order to master a subject to perfection.

Anyways, I gave the following subjects:

English
Urdu Second Language
Pakistan Studies
Islamiyat
Mathematics
Physics
Chemistry
Biology
Additional Mathematics
Sociology
Environmental Management
Business studies
Commerce
Economics
Information and Communication Technology
Commercial Studies
International Mathematics
Travel and Tourism
Combined Science
Human and Social Biology

Alhamdulillah, i got 15 A*'s and 5 A's in them, back in 2014.

So if you need any help, whether it is a past paper question that is troubling you.. or if you can't decide how to prepare for a subject..just contact me (message me here on xpc). ^__^

Good Luck to everyone! :p
 
Messages
41
Reaction score
48
Points
28
can anyone tell me the format of answering pak studies history 10, 14 and 7 mark questions?
 
Messages
10
Reaction score
5
Points
3
HEY GUYS THE COMPUTER SCIENCE MAY/JUNE 2017 PRE-RELEASE MATERIAL IS OUT.
WE NEED TO WRITE IT IN A SUITABLE HIGH-LEVEL LANGUAGE AS THE INSTRUCTIONS SAY.
I THINK YOU'LL FIND IT USEFUL:D
YOU'LL FIND THEM BELOW.
GOOD LUCK(y)
 

Attachments

Messages
78
Reaction score
23
Points
18
can anyone tell me the format of answering pak studies history 10, 14 and 7 mark questions?
7mark question requires 3 explained points
10 mark question 5 explained points with conclusion in end.
14 mark question requires 7 explained points and a conclusion in the end
Note that 7 mark question is one sided whereas 10 mark and 14 mark question is double sided
You have to write in ratios in double sided questions meaning you can write 1:6 , 2:5 , 3:4 in 14 mark (ratio represents paragraph )
In 10 mark you can do 1:4 , 2:3 , 3:2.
 
Messages
78
Reaction score
23
Points
18
Ratios are like. Points supporting first side of question : points supporting second side of the question
 
Top