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Frequently Asked Questions

Homework and Research


Q What's happened to Onion street?
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We have said goodbye to Onion Street and launched a new student support site called Student Life.

The new site focuses on helping you through your life at school and includes tips on revision, advice on career choices and a dedicated space to discuss what's topical or in the news.
bbc.co.uk/schools/studentlife/.

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Q Where can I find BBC Schools revision sites?
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The BBC Schools revision sites can all be found at:
bbc.co.uk/schools/revision

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Q I need help with KS3 tests.
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KS3 Bitesize has everything you need to help you prepare for your National Curriculum tests. Revision Bites and Test Bites have been designed to help you check what you know and understand:
bbc.co.uk/schools/ks3bitesize/

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Q I need help with my GCSEs
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GCSE Bitesize aims to prepare you for 16 different subjects at GCSE level. Revision Bites and Test Bites have been designed to help you check what you know and understand:
bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/

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Q I need help with my AS Levels
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Following a detailed site audit, we found that the site Ė as well as only covering four subjects - no longer matched the AS Level subject specifications, and therefore decided to retire it.

We will be putting up a list of links to alternative sources of AS/A2 revision support in the very near future.

We will be putting up a list of links to alternative sources of AS/A2 revision support in the very near future.

bbc.co.uk/schools/16/

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Q I need help with my Welsh GCSEs
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Bitesize TGAU is designed to help you revise for Cymraeg, Mathemateg and Welsh as a Second language at GCSE level:
bbc.co.uk/cymru/tgau/

Pob hwyl yn dy arholiadau!

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Q I need help with my Standard Grades
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Standard Grade Bitesize helps you to prepare for those Standard Grades and check how much you know and understand:
bbc.co.uk/scotland/education/bitesize/

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Mailing BBC Schools

Your comments and questions will be answered by a third party on behalf of BBC Schools. We handle hundreds of emails a week. Although we do read every message, we will not reply to any questions which are answered in the Frequently Asked Questions above.

If you would like to contact us with:

  • a question that is not answered among these pages
  • a comment or suggestion that you would like to send us
  • technical errors (things broken or not working properly)
  • factual errors (things that seem wrong, or don't make sense)

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