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    Is it possible to cram the whole of additional biology in 2 days, and chemistry in 4 days? I already know most of biology its just the last few topics i need to cram and for chemistry i know half. Also i have an re exam tomorrow, in my mocks i got A*s for re so i am contemplating on whether i should focus on re or science? I really want a's in science is it possible to cram all of this information in a matter of a few days?
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    i guess me and you are going to find out. need to cover most of chemistry again. it depends on how confident you feel after revision, the more confident you are the less time it takes to cover.
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    (Original post by aestheticsoul)
    Is it possible to cram the whole of additional biology in 2 days, and chemistry in 4 days? I already know most of biology its just the last few topics i need to cram and for chemistry i know half. Also i have an re exam tomorrow, in my mocks i got A*s for re so i am contemplating on whether i should focus on re or science? I really want a's in science is it possible to cram all of this information in a matter of a few days?
    i'd say it is deff possible if you do a 9am until 9pm revision time table. GCSE's can deffo be crammed you'll be infe.
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    (Original post by aestheticsoul)
    Is it possible to cram the whole of additional biology in 2 days, and chemistry in 4 days? I already know most of biology its just the last few topics i need to cram and for chemistry i know half. Also i have an re exam tomorrow, in my mocks i got A*s for re so i am contemplating on whether i should focus on re or science? I really want a's in science is it possible to cram all of this information in a matter of a few days?
    I'll speak from experience here as I took GCSEs last year.
    Individual exams can definitely be crammed, for GCSEs. I crammed my science exams almost day by day. If you are somebody who knows exam techniques, just learn the information. You'll be fine
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    I'm planning on cramming my chemistry unit 3 on wednesday and going over unit 2 :3
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    I think it is possible, anyway it will have to now! I know some of mine are gonna be day before revision
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    Definitely possible, Bangor university have really good notes for all the sciences, try and learn model answers for the qwc questions as thats where you can gain the most marks. Good luck! http://www.bangor.ac.uk/ccm/gcserevision
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    I'm an ex-procrastinator whose doing her Ig's this year,you can defo cram but try not to repeat it again for your A-levels!
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    The quicker you start the more you'll get covered! It's possible so get off TSR and gogogo!
 
 
 
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