Students revising for IGCSE and IB exams should make use their revision time marshalling examples, ensuring they can explain and apply key concepts – and making sure they understand what a question is asking of them, teachers advise. Photo: Shutterstock Students revising for IGCSE and IB exams should make use their revision time marshalling examples, ensuring they can explain and apply key concepts – and making sure they understand what a question is asking of them, teachers advise. Photo: Shutterstock
Students revising for IGCSE and IB exams should make use their revision time marshalling examples, ensuring they can explain and apply key concepts – and making sure they understand what a question is asking of them, teachers advise. Photo: Shutterstock
Anjali Hazari
Opinion

Opinion

Anjali Hazari

How to ace the upcoming IGCSE and IB exams: the revision and exam-day strategies students need

  • Exams demand students apply knowledge under the stress of test conditions. Preparation is key, whether the subject is a science, social science or language
  • Knowing what’s being asked and how to answer different types of question is vital, as is having examples you can cite. And there’s no substitute for practice

Students revising for IGCSE and IB exams should make use their revision time marshalling examples, ensuring they can explain and apply key concepts – and making sure they understand what a question is asking of them, teachers advise. Photo: Shutterstock Students revising for IGCSE and IB exams should make use their revision time marshalling examples, ensuring they can explain and apply key concepts – and making sure they understand what a question is asking of them, teachers advise. Photo: Shutterstock
Students revising for IGCSE and IB exams should make use their revision time marshalling examples, ensuring they can explain and apply key concepts – and making sure they understand what a question is asking of them, teachers advise. Photo: Shutterstock
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