Is art a hard GCSE?

Is art a hard GCSE?

It’s not a difficult subject, it just takes up more time than some others. Not really sure if it’s worth doing, it depends what you want to do, but it’s a GCSE so it doesn’t really matter i guess.

What grade is 60 in GCSE?

If a paper is allocated 120 uniform marks, the range of marks allocated to grade B is 84 to 95 (70% to 79% of 120); for grade C, 72 to 83 (60% to 69% of 120).

What is a good grade in year 7?

At the end of Year 7, a student of high ability would achieve Grade ‘4c’ or above. student achieving a Grade ‘3b’ is on course for a Grade ‘5’ at the end of their GCSE. At the end of Year 8, a student of high ability would achieve Grade ‘4a’ or above.

What do you write in GCSE art?

When writing about your own work, ask yourself the following questions:

  • What have I done? Is it a painting a drawing or a sculpture?
  • How have I done it?
  • Why have I done it/ what have I learnt through doing it?
  • What medium or materials have I used?
  • What could I improve or what would I change if I were to do it again?

What should be in a GCSE art sketchbook?

• Vary page layouts to provide variety and visual interest. should have many illustrations; some should have single, full-page artworks; others should be somewhere in between. Position items carefully on the page as you work: making sure pages are well-composed. language unites the sketchbook.

How do artists do GCSE research?

How to create an Artist study

  1. Title (artists name) and dates of birth and death.
  2. Short biography of the artist (information about her life in your own words)
  3. Find and print examples of her work that you think relevant to the project.
  4. Copy at least two of her pictures of her work accurately in appropriate media, A4 or bigger.

Is a Grade 7 GOOD?

However, a 4 is being classified as a standard pass, which can be broadly compared to a grade C, while a 5 is a strong pass. Grades 9-7 are roughly equivalent to the old top grades of A* and A.

What do I write in an annotation for art?

record ideas. explain the thinking behind an idea. analyse the success of a technique, idea or composition. explain how a particular artist or designer’s style or technique has influenced your work.

How do I study for Year 7?

12 Tips For A Stress-Free Start To Year 7

  1. Find a good study space free from distractions.
  2. Get a homework and study planner.
  3. Set up a study routine.
  4. Set realistic goals for your first term.
  5. Be flexible with what subjects you study when.
  6. Be proud of what you have achieved.
  7. Meet new people.
  8. Try something new.