Revision guides help a lot. Use them cos they're really quite concise and cut out a lot of the irrelevant stuff in the textbooks. Just try to write notes from reading the revision guides, and make sure you understand what you're writing; that's how I revised. However, it is true that people will find one method of revision more effective than others, whilst others won't, so just try and find what suits you.Oh, and don't forget past papers.
(Original post by Hellokitty112)
I have a science GCSE on January 12th, and I dont know how to revise!
I would like to do some before I go back to school. I'm in top set science, but I struggle with chemistry a lot and I honestly dont have a clue how to revise as when I had my maths exam (which I got an A for) I just attended all the revision lessons to revise since doing revision at home stresses me out if i dont get it since there's nobody there to explain it to me.
However, my school isn't running science revision classes (for whatever reason) so I know I have to revise at home, but i just dont have a clue how.. and how do I know what's on the exam since we have to sit 2 papers to get our overall grade and apparently we are not allowed to re-sit this exam. So, I am really scared .. My exam board is AQA.
If any of you have any ideas on where I can get revision sheets or anything, that'd be great, and any tips on how to revise would be awesome too!
Thank you! x
Last edited by Alimbo95; 22-12-2011 at 15:55.