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    Soo, it's getting to that time where I need to start thinking abt starting to revise [ ]..According to everyone, Letts are the best out there for revision guides. But, is it worth it to go spend my money on these for subjects I really need help in, like Physics and Chem? Are they actually worth it?
    Any thoughts appreciated.

    ps I'm doing GCSE
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    (Original post by rachelina*)
    Soo, it's getting to that time where I need to start thinking abt starting to revise [ ]..According to everyone, Letts are the best out there for revision guides. But, is it worth it to go spend my money on these for subjects I really need help in, like Physics and Chem? Are they actually worth it?
    Any thoughts appreciated.

    ps I'm doing GCSE
    i did and it helped me becuase it was more detailed and understandable at the time i dod think it cost alot but its well worth it cause i got A's and B's
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    For GCSEs useing the syllabus and your own notes are the way to success.
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    (Original post by rachelina*)
    Soo, it's getting to that time where I need to start thinking abt starting to revise [ ]..According to everyone, Letts are the best out there for revision guides. But, is it worth it to go spend my money on these for subjects I really need help in, like Physics and Chem? Are they actually worth it?
    Any thoughts appreciated.

    ps I'm doing GCSE
    I wouldn't for GCSE....its all very straightfoward at that stage....maybe once you get to AS/A2 should...but just using your own notes and textbook...you should be able to do well

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    I prefer own notes for a-level, the letts guides often don't relate to the requirements of your syllabus...but saying that, they do come in handy if theres a section you don't understand.
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    Well I went out and bought the Physics and Chem one today..and if things don't go well I might have to head back to the store and get the Bio one..I'm determined for a B in Science! That may sound lame, but if it weren't for Physics I'd be aiming for an A..Damn waves and refraction. I'll never understand it
 
 
 
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