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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- 30-05-2003 14:12
- 30-05-2003 14:14
ur gonna fail!!!!
- 30-05-2003 14:19
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.
- 30-05-2003 15:50
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
- 30-05-2003 15:52
You could look at these websites. They are links to revision sites which may have practice questions on them.
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.
- 30-05-2003 17:40
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!
- 30-05-2003 22:45
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...