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    In triple science lets say i fail biolgy and chemistry but i pass Physics does it mean i passed science by fail i mean around a grade D and a C in physics
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    Also whats tthe best revision method past papers? In year 11 at the moment
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    (Original post by mizan200)
    In triple science lets say i fail biolgy and chemistry but i pass Physics does it mean i passed science by fail i mean around a grade D and a C in physics
    When you do Triple Science, each subject is completely independent.
    There is no overall pass/fail for science.

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    Also whats tthe best revision method past papers? In year 11 at the moment
    I found that past papers are a good way to revise, but just use them to pinpoint your weaknesses.
    Don't limit yourself to just PPs.
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    Also whats tthe best revision method past papers? In year 11 at the moment
    Ask your science teacher to borrow a copy of a Revision book for science (Core and Additional), Don't just do past papers as it does not allow you to fully improve your knowledge

    Im also in year 11 btw.
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    No it means you get a GCSE in physics and fail your GCSE in bio and chem. They are diferent subjects!
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    Download the markscheme for each past paper and pay particular attention to things that make you not get points

    e.g if you say photosynthesis make energy from light it is marked as wrong because energy is not created just transformed from light into chemical.
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    Like Alexion said, all 3 sciences are separate subjects and marked individually. So, you'll have 3 separate grades for the 3 sciences in the end (3 GCSEs). I found the revision guide recommended by my school was very useful when I was revising for my triple science. I never actually found past papers that good of revision material but from what my friends said, the past papers were the best revision method for them. You should try out different revision methods and see which works best for you. Everyone learns/revises differently, so need methods that suit them best to remember the content for exams.


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