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    (Original post by Craming Revision)
    trust me! :/ but only s1 and 4 are really similar rest are very different :/ its so hard dont know how to start for stats
    If your at a complete dead end, just go from the start of the book and progressively hopefully you'll remember (works for me anyway) make a timetable such that you are reminded about each different exam at least once every 2 days, that way you're less likely to forget things for example here's my timetable: Name:  easter rev.png
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    (Original post by Pink Boy)
    Start at... Chapter 1. My first period.
    It gets a little easier at Chapter 16 - Fat, Single and Ready to Mingle.

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    (Original post by Craming Revision)
    s1 s2 s3 s4 s5 s6
    chem 1 2 4 5
    psych 2 4
    bio 1 2

    What the ?? thats all statistics......dont u need core maths knowledge to do some of them?? and wtf...since when did s5 and s6 exist?
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    If your at a complete dead end, just go from the start of the book and progressively hopefully you'll remember (works for me anyway) make a timetable such that you are reminded about each different exam at least once every 2 days, that way you're less likely to forget things for example here's my timetable: Name:  easter rev.png
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    does a timetable help??

    usually my method is studying for 10 hours straight until i doze off
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    (Original post by study beats)
    does a timetable help??

    usually my method is studying for 10 hours straight until i doze off
    It's helping me much more than January, where I did like 4hours straight, took a 4hour break did another 4hours of maths alone, need balance man
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    It's helping me much more than January, where I did like 4hours straight, took a 4hour break did another 4hours of maths alone, need balance man
    ok ? but what
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    (Original post by study beats)
    What the ?? thats all statistics......dont u need core maths knowledge to do some of them?? and wtf...since when did s5 and s6 exist?
    lol aqa stats s1-6
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    (Original post by Craming Revision)
    lol aqa stats s1-6
    ooh aqa...

    still wouldnt u need core maths knowledge?

    also why would u wanna do just stats?
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    (Original post by study beats)
    ooh aqa...

    still wouldnt u need core maths knowledge?

    also why would u wanna do just stats?
    i was doing maths but got kicked out the subject cause didn't get along with teacher so they "dumbed" me down to stats.. :/
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    (Original post by study beats)
    you get periods?
    Clearly aren't a hardcore 'Friends' fan.

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    (Original post by Craming Revision)
    i was doing maths but got kicked out the subject cause didn't get along with teacher so they "dumbed" me down to stats.. :/

    wow what stupid teachers
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    (Original post by Pink Boy)
    Start at... Chapter 1. My first period.
    That Friends reference.
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    Could you get specifications for each unit? Like a list of all the stuff you used to know? You might be able to find some on google. I think they're really useful - you can just work through the bullet points.
    I'd personally set yourself goals of which units to cover each week. So you could say, this week I'll revise one biology, one chemistry, one statistics and one psychology - or you could pick three, depending how big the units are. This should take 3/4 weeks. For each unit I generally say ill cover X amount of bullet points of the specification each day. Good luck! :-)
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    (Original post by Deziah)
    Could you get specifications for each unit? Like a list of all the stuff you used to know? You might be able to find some on google. I think they're really useful - you can just work through the bullet points.
    I'd personally set yourself goals of which units to cover each week. So you could say, this week I'll revise one biology, one chemistry, one statistics and one psychology - or you could pick three, depending how big the units are. This should take 3/4 weeks. For each unit I generally say ill cover X amount of bullet points of the specification each day. Good luck! :-)
    thank you! im making notes from the spec now!
 
 
 
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