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you may find this helpful.


In chem last year I went from an E to a B and in bio i went from a U to an A, I think it's quite possible.

id recommend testing yourself with papers and then studying the topics you didn't quite understand.
Hi, sorry I know this is an old post but, I'm in a similar situation at the moment I'm getting Es in biology but I have been predicted a B. I'm trying everything I can at the moment but it just doesn't seem to be working. Are there any videos or websites or resources that you'd recommend? I'm really stuck and any help would be much appreciated
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Hi, sorry I know this is an old post but, I'm in a similar situation at the moment I'm getting Es in biology but I have been predicted a B. I'm trying everything I can at the moment but it just doesn't seem to be working. Are there any videos or websites or resources that you'd recommend? I'm really stuck and any help would be much appreciated
Use past papers on physics and maths tutor once u have finished learning a topic. Make your revision nots short but make sure you include key points/words and processes
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Use past papers on physics and maths tutor once u have finished learning a topic. Make your revision nots short but make sure you include key points/words and processes
Thanks, I use physics and maths tutor already for past paper questions. It’s when I sit down to mark my answers there just way off from the mark scheme 😕 like recently I’ve done the end of chapter photosynthesis questions and all my answers have been so different to the mark scheme, don’t know what to do 🙁
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cramming has always served me well but now there is too much content to cram
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Thanks for the advice!
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