I've got my Additional Biology exam next Monday. We did a mock on Tuesday and I got an A, which I was happy about, dont get me wrong, but made so many stupid mistakes, which I knew the answer too. I have been revising for about 6 weeks, and know everything on the syllabus, but has anyone got any last minute revision tips? I have made some flashcards with questions on and get a member of my family to test on them, and i also look at them before i go to bed. But is there any other ways that I can spend the last few days revising?
I would love to get into vet med so really want A/A*
Last few days revision tips?
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Im in exactly the same position! Bio exam on monday and wanting to get an A. I want to do veterinary science as well.
Revision tips- Everyone revises differently i guess but here are som things i find useful:
-Reading the books over (most often twice)
-Looking at past papers so you know what types of question and question styles are likely to come up
-Revise key words
-What i call "text revising". Me and my best friend, also wanting to be a vet, text each other questions and the other person replies with their answer. Doesn't have to be done over text but i find revising with others helps. Chances are what one person doesn't know the other does!
Hope this helps.
Good luck x
mans basically gt a few tricks down mans sleeve.
pik da book up den read it init.
Say nizz. man aint lying when man sayz dat so if you want A* den listen to man.
I've got this exam on Monday too I'd recommend just do every past paper you can get your hands on and memorise the marks scheme
Thanks guys x
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