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Well every year since year 9 I've been doing really bad in our annual science ISA (Year 9 - E Year 10 - D) and I've got one last chance to get a good grade (I'm in Year 11 now). It's on diffusion (net movement of particles) and I've got 4 days to revise. What is the best way to do well on a ISA?
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I'm doing that at the moment too. Make sure you know all the scientific vocabulary definitions and how to apply them to the questions (there's a list on the aqa website), the questions on the papers are very similar each year and require very precise answers so look at the mark schemes and see what you need to include for each question. When drawing graphs and the results table be very precise with labelling and don't forget units. Make sure you know key information on the topic.
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