Revise vocabulary using Memrise and Quizlet (make your own lists).
Go over your tenses and time indicators (time phrases and frequency
Before a listening exam, read the question paper carefully and think
about the vocabulary you will need to be listening for.
Before a reading exam, read the questions before reading the texts as
it will highlight what you need to be looking for.
Check the context for each question, the type of question that is asked and look at the examples very carefully.
Don’t be afraid to annotate and use highlighter (sensibly).
Even if you don’t understand something, try to work it out from the context and using what you know.
Always answer every questions. If you are uncertain, wait until you are
done filling in the activity before guessing the answers.
Practise past papers and Studio assessments
Practise your speaking questions
For specification and DVL: www.eduqas.co.uk
For language testers and literature notes: www.cambridgescp.com
For language practice: www.memrise.com ; www.quizlet.com
Ensure you learn ALL words on DVL. For nouns, ensure you learn the
genitive and gender; for verbs, make sure you learn all principal parts
and make a note of the few deponent verbs.
Ensure you learn when subjunctive is used and the different types of
subordinate clauses there are
Practise indirect statements (accusative+ infinitive construction);
practise spotting passives (and differentiate them from deponents)
Practise translation of English into Latin using the specific DVL and
For Literature, ensure you learn your texts well and have a good idea
of authors’ stylistic features and what impact he is looking for.
For Civ, study the sources booklet I gave you to give you an overview
and give you some references for your essay; ensure you have
another good read of the relevant chapters of your ‘Search of the
Romans’ book as well as your CLC books.