Best revision guides and online resources for GCSE revision

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I do know that I posted this on another thread, just thought I would help out anyone who missed it. Sorry if I didn't include the ones you study, this was just what I used, and maybe it might help you.

*Let me know if any of the links do not work pls.*

AQA Sciences (B1, B2, B3, C1, C2, C3, P1, P2, P3)

http://my-gcsescience.com/ (Subscribe to this and science will become so much easier to understand, trust me)

Physics; http://www.collins.co.uk/product/978...room+Companion

Chemistry; http://www.collins.co.uk/product/978...room+Companion

Biology; http://www.collins.co.uk/product/978...room+Companion

English Language; Used resources provided by my English teacher she was the best! I used Mr Bruff (a youtuber) for help and got a C and I used the help of my English Teacher and got an A*.

English Literature; Read the books and tried to become very familiar with the books before the exam. For help with Poetry if you are doing AQA English Literature Unit 2; Poetry across time I found ( https://www.youtube.com/user/WCSEnglish ) to be very helpful for deep analysis and annotations of poems.

Textiles Technology (For AQA only); http://www.amazon.co.uk/Design-Techn.../dp/1847623514 (However I did find the book very long, and it was harder to memorise stuff, might work for you though)

History (For WJEC History Unit 1/2 Early USA 1910-1929, Unit 1/2 Germany 1929-1947, & Unit 3 Later USA 1929-2000). It also contains Russia 1914-1924 but I didn't study this; http://www.amazon.co.uk/Revision-Not.../dp/1444158570 (This is probably the best revision guide out there for History, it has everything summed up and it is easy to grasp and is good for someone who doesn't want to read 3 whole textbooks due to the long paragraphs!)

Maths; https://www.mathswatchvle.com/ (Your school must be subscribed to this, if not ask your maths teacher to make one). This website has everything you need to know for maths and has everything seperated by grade so it is easy to get to revising on specific topics that you need to work on. Also do a lot of past papers and practice questions. For maths it's more about understanding then memorising, so practice makes perfect!

Religious Studies; My school made us a revision guide for Unit 1 EDEXCEL RS which was extremely helpful, but for Unit 8 I used http://www.helenswood.e-sussex.sch.u...ionBooklet.pdf (This is deffo the best revision guide for Unit 8 that I have seen so far and helped me to remember a lot for my exam)

Citizenship; http://www.amazon.co.uk/GCSE-Citizen.../dp/0007350600 (Best book for short or full course, very simple and easy to memorise things)

Hope I was able to help anyone!
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This information is very helpful

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This information is very helpful

Thanks for sharing it!
You're welcome
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