(Original post by aha1)
that's awesome and crazy!! i have like 50 pages back to front of notes for each module... if i did that though i know that i would forget it all in the space of an hour :// how on earth did you condense it so much?! my revision guide for each science is 120 pages... did you do triple?
Here is the first few lessons of B1 from my notes (about 5-8x this in each module). It's not typed up, so I won't post it all.
-mmHg. Systolic: max pressure. Diastolic: between heart beats.
-Increased by stress, alcohol, smoking, being overweight
-Reduced by exercise, balanced diet
-High pressure can make blood vessels burst, damaging brain (stroke). Can damage kidneys.
-Low pressure: dizziness, fainting, poor circulation
Fitness: ability to do physical activity
-Strength, flexibility, stamina, agility, speed - some measures more effective in different situations
Health: Free of disease
Smoking: carbon monoxide causes blood to carry less oxygen (combines with hemoglobin instead of oxygen)
-Nicotine increases heart rate
Heart disease: restricted blood flow to the heart
-Caused by saturated fat, creating cholesterol (plaque) in arteries
-Plaques make blood clots/thrombosis more likely (blocks artery)
I got 63/75 in the B1,B2,B3 mock (Jun 2014 paper). (52 was A*)
Also, my Collins triple revision guides are 50-60 pages each for all 6 modules.
This is why I make my own notes from them, I can read a module from mine in about 3 minutes, but from the revision guide it takes 10-25 mins per module.