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I got a biology exam (higher b1) this week, a chemistry and physics exam next week, I haven't revised much and I'm only upto drugs in biology topic, am I really fked.


Considering the fact that I have forgotten most of the biology topic and still have two other sciences to learn for within a week.
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As long as you have one full day for each exam its enough time. You can learn it all in 1 day and do pretty well. Thats what I always did.
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No. It's GCSEs. You can cram a whole unit in a day and get an A/A*.
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Lol no

The GCSE syllabus for any subject can be learnt in a day or two of solid work and you can come out with a*s
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thanks but that'd mean i'd have to take a day of school. and seriously it does seem quiet hard..
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Yupp pretty much what has been said, I got a E in my mock for chemistry 1 week before the exam and then A* in the actual exam, it's possible. Relax and use memorisation techniques. I had all three in one week if I remember correctly :/ I remember being so stressed and thinking I would fail because I left revision to that week. I didn't and neither will you (probably)
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I revised one night after school (literally had no prior knowledge to the contents, didn't concentrate in class and was hardly in) and got a A in my GCSE exam, (my only A all the other 3 science exams got A*'s)
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i got too revise the WHOLE of B1, you guys think it's achievebale in 3 days?
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i got too revise the WHOLE of B1, you guys think it's achievebale in 3 days?
I revised for an entire A level biology paper in 6 hours.
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i got too revise the WHOLE of B1, you guys think it's achievebale in 3 days?
I revised whole of B1 in 3 hours, then do a paper. You'll be fine

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If you have a whole day you should be fine for GCSE, learn it and pump the past papers the fact that they love repitition means you'll remember :h: good luck
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i missed revision today again, and i lack alot of understand..
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thanks but that'd mean i'd have to take a day of school. and seriously it does seem quiet hard..
you could use saturday for chem and sunday for physics and try to fit the biology revision in after school. I'm sure you'll be fine. I also have the same exams as you coming up at the same time, and i have literally done the same amount of revision as you- up to drugs, but the only difference is, i have 2 days off school before the bio exam.
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If you paid attention in lessons, did all the work set, you could still revise for a GCSE science module the day before and get an A*
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you could use saturday for chem and sunday for physics and try to fit the biology revision in after school. I'm sure you'll be fine. I also have the same exams as you coming up at the same time, and i have literally done the same amount of revision as you- up to drugs, but the only difference is, i have 2 days off school before the bio exam.
**** i've got this friday to revise.


and physics and chemistry dear lord help me
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Because its core science its doable,
My additional and triple both required two days each for a unit,
Just make sure you have a good revision guide and learn it all, anything you don't understand watch YouTube videos for it,
Look at mark schemes and attempt the data questions for b1 because those in itself make half the paper
One day is more than enough

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As its GCSEs, your only mildly fudged. Take it as a lesson for AS and A-Level, because you need to do all the work, and extra, and start revising and doing every possible past exam paper that you can get your hands on, at least 10 weeks before the exam to get even a half decent result. Especially sciences.
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(Original post by Zeroic)
i missed revision today again, and i lack alot of understand..
Based on this post, completely fudged
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