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I have just over a week to learn all of biology f212, I spent far too long on f211 and now I am panicking! Any good revision techniques? I'm struggly to remember all this biodiversity stuff especially

Any help would be hugely appreciated!
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Haven't you done any revision prior to this?
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Re-posting this from the F212 thread (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...2585568&page=5) hopefully it'll help

I would recommend using the F212 link from here: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=1296764 as it has all the specification points listed and answered pretty well.

I would go through each topic at a time, making sure you understand each point completely until you move on. When you get to the end of that topic you could either find questions specifically for that topic or try to recall the answer for each spec point. Maybe do one topic a day to make it more manageable.

Once you've done this for each topic (or something else to revise the full specification) then the key to testing that knowledge is past papers. To get the most out of these, I would just do 1 paper at a time and mark it to see which sections you're a little rusty on so you can revise those points again before the next paper. Mark schemes are also great for writing model answers to those annoying long questions, try to remember the key points and words off there so you can write the stuff you know you'll get marks for.

Hope that helps Image best of luck on getting the grade you want.
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Im starting revsion for it tomorrow

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Haven't you done any revision prior to this?
Yes but not since study leave began
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(Original post by RadishWadish)
Re-posting this from the F212 thread (http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...2585568&page=5) hopefully it'll help

I would recommend using the F212 link from here: http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=1296764 as it has all the specification points listed and answered pretty well.

I would go through each topic at a time, making sure you understand each point completely until you move on. When you get to the end of that topic you could either find questions specifically for that topic or try to recall the answer for each spec point. Maybe do one topic a day to make it more manageable.

Once you've done this for each topic (or something else to revise the full specification) then the key to testing that knowledge is past papers. To get the most out of these, I would just do 1 paper at a time and mark it to see which sections you're a little rusty on so you can revise those points again before the next paper. Mark schemes are also great for writing model answers to those annoying long questions, try to remember the key points and words off there so you can write the stuff you know you'll get marks for.

Hope that helps Image best of luck on getting the grade you want.
Thank you very much for the help! The link is a godsend!!
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Thank you very much for the help! The link is a godsend!!
No problem I don't know what I would do without it.
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