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    I've got two exams in January and I've finished everything. I got an A in my Biology mock (don't know about Chemistry) and now at the stage where it's just pure revision, well actually it was about two weeks ago but I'm having trouble what to do, I've done all my notes, learnt them, know them and have done all past papers, what else is there to do?
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    (Original post by LifeIsGood)
    I've got two exams in January and I've finished everything. I got an A in my Biology mock (don't know about Chemistry) and now at the stage where it's just pure revision, well actually it was about two weeks ago but I'm having trouble what to do, I've done all my notes, learnt them, know them and have done all past papers, what else is there to do?
    Do the stuff you're less confident in. If your finished this early you may as well start perfecting everything.
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    (Original post by nazirard)
    Do the stuff you're less confident in. If your finished this early you may as well start perfecting everything.
    For Biology, it's the HSW but I practice that as I do exam papers, so I pretty much got it For Chemistry, I get really high marks too but the legacy papers are easier than the real one so I'm a bit nervous of the unit 1 exam
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    (Original post by LifeIsGood)
    For Biology, it's the HSW but I practice that as I do exam papers, so I pretty much got it For Chemistry, I get really high marks too but the legacy papers are easier than the real one so I'm a bit nervous of the unit 1 exam
    whats HSW??

    btw im taking biology unit 1 in january too, what exam board are you on?
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    (Original post by emmakh123)
    whats HSW??

    btw im taking biology unit 1 in january too, what exam board are you on?
    How Science Works and I'm doing AQA
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    How about you find someone to work with now? The naf phrase "study buddy" springs to mind. You can take an old exam question, a topic in your notes, or any old bit of your notes and read it over. Then the bit that counts! Explain it to your friend without looking at your notes and get him or her to ask you questions about what you said. Then you can discuss or argue if you like.

    This way makes a change from swotting, is quite fun, and it really reinforces your understanding of the subject.
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    (Original post by kevinbarry)
    How about you find someone to work with now? The naf phrase "study buddy" springs to mind. You can take an old exam question, a topic in your notes, or any old bit of your notes and read it over. Then the bit that counts! Explain it to your friend without looking at your notes and get him or her to ask you questions about what you said. Then you can discuss or argue if you like.

    This way makes a change from swotting, is quite fun, and it really reinforces your understanding of the subject.
    Nah I don't work with anyone else, I'm just going to try to keep going over my notes now and do past papers till the exam
 
 
 
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