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    I've got 6 days until my exam and biology remains to be the only subject i'm having a real problem developing a revision technique for. I don't "memorise the textbook" but I do have the knowledge needed to get the grade I want. I've attempted quite a few past papers, but I still struggle with suggest questions, when I link topics together it ends up being wrong.

    I've been working around using past papers and textbook reading but does anyone have a specialised way to tackle graph analysis and suggest questions foolproof? Every time I try to replicate the mark scheme of one paper e.g on correlation and causal link, it never gets any good marks on another, it always changes. You can imagine this is a big problem considering graphs and suggest questions dominate the BIOL1 AQA exam sometimes.

    For AQA Chemistry revision I found the specification points really linked to the questions of the past papers I looked at, would this be useful for the biology exam too?

    Thanks for any of the help in advance
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