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How to Pass SQA Exams Ian Geddes

How to Pass SQA Exams By Ian Geddes

How to Pass SQA Exams by Ian Geddes

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A study skills book aimed specifically at Scottish students sitting SQA exams.

How to Pass SQA Exams Summary

How to Pass SQA Exams by Ian Geddes

There are many study skills books available today - but this is the only one specifically devoted to study skills for SQA exams. So whether you're studying for Standard Grade, Intermediate, Higher or Advanced Higher, this book offers you an enormous range of ideas and strategies to make the study period for exams that little bit more bearable - and to make the results period in August a time for celebration! How to Pass from Hodder Gibson is the Number 1 revision series for Scottish qualifications, and whilst no book can guarantee an examination pass, all subject-titles combine an overview of the course syllabus and exam requirements, as well as a guide to revision techniques and advice on sitting the examination itself. The books offer unique insights into what markers are actually looking for, so that students will avoid unnecessary mistakes - and should gain those extra marks that are so essential to moving up a grade. How to Pass SQA Exams is the perfect companion to all of the books in the series. Make sure you pick one up when you're getting your other How to Pass books...

About Ian Geddes

Ian Geddes is a Depute Head and Geography teacher at a Scottish Secondary School

Table of Contents

Preface How to pass exams Introduction The Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) Chapter 1 So then, what's this studying game all about? Chapter 2 Some basics Chapter 3 Use your brain! Chapter 4 The SQA exams - the inside story Chapter 5 Dealing with stress Chapter 6 The exam approaches Appendices

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How to Pass SQA Exams by Ian Geddes
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Hodder Education
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This is a used book - there is no escaping the fact it has been read by someone else and it will show signs of wear and previous use. Overall we expect it to be in very good condition, but if you are not entirely satisfied please get in touch with us

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