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Hey, I'm J.K. Panesar, but most people just call me J.K.
Movellas Ambassador (Editor)
- I am here to help, so just ask. I don't bite... much. ;)

Author Of The Year - 2012/13
Bronze award - One Direction Comp
Bronze award - Spooky story contest
Published Poem - Why I smile...
Bronze award - More Than This Competition (Trishna)
Runner Up - 1D and 5SOS Competition
First Place - Salvage Competition (Finding You)

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Movellas (54)

  • J.K. PanesarAmbass..

    Ahhhhhh! *sighs*

    Guys, I am totally frustrated right now. I'm trying my very best to revise but I feel as if I am not learning anything! I need like good techniques for revising and actually learning things. My exams are nearing very soon and I have a lot to cover. I don't want to waste time going on the way I am not learning anything. Help?! Dose anyone know any good revision techniques?
    Kacey Ellwood
    Don't just sit there and read stuff. I find it helpful to use those revision guides and workbooks- CGP are a good brand because they're entertaining as well as educational. I also like inventing little revision games. I was trying to revise parts of the reproductive system and made cards with the list of the parts and their functions, threw them around and timed myself to match them up. This could work with parts of stuff, dates, words and definitions etc. Hope that helps!
  • J.K. PanesarAmbass..

    Easter Holidays Are Here!!! :D

    Yay! Finally! The Easter holidays are here and I cannot wait to have some fun... jokes. I won't be having fun in the next two weeks or even in the months after that. Want to know why? Well, because I will be busy revising non-stop for the next two weeks and couple of months. GCSE's... they are so close.... Wish me luck guys! Hope I can finish revising everything in these two weeks but it seems unlikely.
     Ahlaam Nightshade
    Our last day was today too. I think all the Brummies finished today. :) But yeah, good luck! If you need help with anything, I'm here.
    Though I will most likely not know very much, I've got a few years 'til GCSE.
    E.H.Weaver Nightshade
    Good luck revising. Good-luck for your tests too.
    J.K. PanesarAmbass..
    @[ Ahlaam Nightshade] Hahah, I know right. Go Brummies! :) Thank you, and I sure will if I need to. Few years till GCSE's. Lucky! :) It's such a stressful time when its year 11 though. x

    @[E.H.Weaver Nightshade] Thank you! x
     Ahlaam Nightshade
    Haha, yeah, go Brummies! xD No worries. Yep, I've heard, but hey, better than no education. Even if it is a horrible one controlled by Micheal Gove. xD
  • J.K. PanesarAmbass..

    Are you really Hungry?

    Me too! I've always loved them! Especially when they're perfectly ripe and sweet. :)
    J.K. PanesarAmbass..
    Wow. Im my garden I have like a whole bunch of strawberry plants, they have the sweetest strawberries I've ever tasted.
    We have some wild patches out behind our house, and they grow some really sweet ones too!
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  • J.K. PanesarAmbass..

    Is anyone else....

    Is anyone else doing a Graphic Products GCSE?
    J.K. PanesarAmbass..
    Im doing Graphic Products as a GCSE now, and I am thinking of doing the Graphic Design Btec course worth 4 A-levels, but I want to know more about it from someone who is already doing it. What kind of things do you do in the A level version? I actually like coursework, I always achieve high in it.
    White Ravens
    It's very similar to what I did at GCSE, just in a lot more depth. So, at the moment, we're working on the final parts of the coursework. We got given a subject at the beginning of the year, where ours was 'Books' but they've had others like 'Packaging' and 'Party Products' in previous years, and then we decided on three or four graphic products we could alter and improve to fit this theme. I chose to improve a child's book, so that involves changing the front cover and things like that.
    The first sections are about analysing your chosen product, considering what specification the designer would have followed and comparing it to other similar products.
    Sustainability and moral issues always play a big role in product design so you then have to consider and analyse these for your existing product before finally getting on to producing your own design brief and specification (I’m assuming you’ve covered these in GCSE but please say if anything I’m on about is gibberish! :) )
    After that, you sketch and annotate your designs. Then you make models for these, writing up and photographing your methods using various materials, processes, CAD/CAM etc. You also test these models on your target market and gain lots of feedback before deciding which designs you want to take forward for the final product. I’m currently finishing off this section.
    With Btec I’m not sure whether you have an exam (I’m so jealous if you don’t! Coursework is so much better!) but I’ll tell you about what we have anyway. It’s called Advanced Innovation Challenge (We did one of these in GCSE as well) so you spend the whole day designing and modelling a product to fit the chosen theme, like we had ‘Outdoor Events’.
    You’ll gain loads of theory knowledge, like materials and industrial processes, and learn techniques on drawing, designing, modelling, and using CAD/CAM etc. throughout it.
    This is what we do on the A level course so hopefully it’s similar to what you will be up to :) Hopefully most of this makes sense! XD
    J.K. PanesarAmbass..
    I'm doing the book brief now, where you have to design the book cover, make a point of sale display and make a promotional item to go along with the book. I totally get what you just said. They seem pretty similar. BTEC doesn't have an exam, I would call it an exam. It's more like coursework that you have to finish under exam conditions. I love using CAD/CAM and 2D design. They are amazing programs! I love it. Thanks, you've really helped a lot. :)
    White Ravens
    CAD/CAM is one of my favourite parts to design! Glad to have helped :) You'll definitely enjoy the subject a lot at further level! :)
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