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Hi,
I have a SCIENCE exam on MONDAY, I have not got a clue as I believe I have not learnt a thing in the past 2 years.

Can somebody help:
How can I revise quickly and effictively?
Is there 2003 papers or past papers available on the internet?

HELP WILL BE HIGHLY APPRECIATED!
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ur gonna fail!!!!
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I CERTAINLY HOPE NOT!

The thing is that my biology teacher is so bad I have not learnt anything. He just writes up pages of notes and makes the class copy them with no explanation or anything. I was predicted to get an A and now im worried that I will end up with a D.
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haha i'm in a similar situation... since yesterady i've been doing 10 hours a day but i still think i wont make it...
seeing as i'm doing dual award, i need 80% for bio and chem, i feel i can get 95% on physics and my coursework is 85%
that woudl get be an A* whcih seems hard for bio and chem
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Hello

You could look at these websites. They are links to revision sites which may have practice questions on them.

http://www.purchon.com/biology/revision.htm

http://www.projectgcse.co.uk/links/#biology

Alternatively, you could try looking on the examination board website to see whether you can download some from there. Also, you could look at buying a revision guide on the subject. They often give you the basics that you need to remember and have revision questions.

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you could try checking out www.bbc.co.uk/revision . It's pretty cool, and has loads of cool biology revision notes. I know how you feel, my exam is on Monday too, and I'm finding it really hard. I can understand the bbc website much better than my notes! Anyway, good luck with the exam! Be brave, you're not alone!
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You can buy books called "GCSE <whatever> in a week" - it might be worth getting hold of one: here is the link to the science one on amazon...
http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/...778402-7761220
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