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Can I pass IGCSE Biology with past papers alone? watch
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Last edited by BesideThePoint; 21-08-2013 at 16:28.
- 25-03-2013 13:37
(Original post by BesideThePoint)
- 25-03-2013 13:42
Basically I can't bring myself to actually sit down and revise for this subject. I really don't like it and have no motivation whatsoever, so i've decided to try and revise by doing past papers but not studying using textbooks, revision guides etc.
Is it possible for me to get an A or B by doing this?
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- 25-03-2013 21:10
I've been told if you just learn how to do the questions, and get used to the techniques you need to use - you should be able to get a good mark It's basically because the course is really strict on what you need to know and it requires a lot of memorising! Questions are the same year after yea. I'm taking my IGCSE sciences in the summer too! I'm going to revise everything and then do loads and loads of past papers..Good luck! x
- 27-03-2013 13:01
I think it's a bad idea. I got an A* in biology, and it was after I read the textbook several times. In fact, I hardly practiced any papers, I just concentrated on the textbook. PPs will not work unless you know your material inside out.