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What do I revise for the biochem exam?

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    I finished my Access to HE science in June (all distinctions) and will be starting UCLan this September studying forensic science and anthropology. I have just found out that we all need to do a biochem exam in the first week to assess our knowledge of the subjects. I want to revise but I would prefer to keep my revision concentrated on the topics I need. The problem is, I have no idea on which topics from AS and A2 level biology and chemistry we are likely to be questioned. Do I really need to remember things like osmosis and photosynthesis and Avogadro? Could someone help me to narrow it down, please? I find it useful to know what I'm doing before I do it!!
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