Practice exam papers. watch TG4 to get familiar with the accents for the aural. Practice the oral questions regularly with a classmate or your parents. Go neirí leat. Follow instagram accts eg @gripswitgaeilge@muinteoirmurphy @muinteotgaeilge for hints
Focus on the parts of the exam you can do well in. if you find the listening impossible then focus on the written to ensure you get as close to full marks on that, or vise-versa. But dont neglect the section you are struggling on. As mentiond above regular revision things like TG4 and that is really helpful. If any of your friends are particularly good at irish try study with them or get them to explain things to you. FOCUS ON YOUR STRENGHTS AND PICK OUT WHERE YOU CAN ACHIEVE YOUR BEST MARKS!!!
Thanks for the advice but there are no exam papers available for the new junior cycle irish as we are the first year to do it but thanks for the advice about watchimg Tg4 and i actually follow one of them accounts and i will follow the others
thank you !
i find it hard to find tike for regulary revision with all the other subjects and also my extra curricular activities
And i find it easier to study subjects i like so irish is usually put to the bottom of the list