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How do you revise biology, chemistry and physics properly in year 10 so I can achieve an A or A*?
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How do you revise biology, chemistry and physics properly in year 10 so I can achieve an A or A*?
Look online for past papers, do some past papers, then download some past papers, print off some past papers, do some more past papers, think about doing some past papers, ask your friends if they've done any past papers then when they say one or two tell them you've done 57, then go onto the exam board website and find some past papers, then do some past papers while you're bored then to take a break from everything do some past papers. Long story short, PAST PAPERS! Trust me.
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Get the CGP revision guides! Seriously they are so good, I basically learnt the whole physics syllabus from my revision guide and am aiming for A*. Got A*s in all my mocks too, just make sure you get the right one for your course!
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