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Should i keep my notes from year 10. I made a lot of good and useful notes. So for the mocks in January do I rewrite them or learn from it. For example aqa gcse biology, i made soooo many notes for unit 1. Do i keep them??
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Yes of course!! No point rewriting them, I used notes I made in year 10 when doing my final exams in May/June of year 11


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Should i keep my notes from year 10. I made a lot of good and useful notes. So for the mocks in January do I rewrite them or learn from it. For example aqa gcse biology, i made soooo many notes for unit 1. Do i keep them??
Depends , if you're doing triple science then you'd have for example three biology exams. If post-results you're not resitting B1 , what's the point in keeping B1 notes as you wouldn't need them for B2? But if you mean with regards to doing different ones for mocks and then real things I'd say just use the same notes because it takes sooooo long to write the notes and there's no point going through the whole process again (well , I didn't bother redoing notes after my mock for B1 and ended up with full UMS in the exam ) so really it isn't necessary to do them again. Having said that, if that's the way you learn then go for it
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