If your GCSE Spanish exam is just around the corner, it is necessary you know what the exam involves, what topics you have to work with, and how to do it more efficiently. You should identify what your weakest points are so that you can start to focus on them. Don’t worry because we are going to help you with all of this.
But, on the other hand, it is also important that you know exactly what you are going to face. This is what precisely we are going to do here. This section is crammed full of advice and tips to help you tackle them head-on and succeed in your GCSE Spanish exams
As probably already know, your AQA Spanish GCSE is made up of four separate exams:
Each exam is worth 25% of your final mark. You’ll get a grade between 1 and 9 (9 being the highest).
You won’t sit all the papers at the same time. You will probably have your speaking exam a couple of weeks before the rest of the exam.
Now just click on the link above, to discover the GCSE Spanish tips and advice you need to know about each exam.