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I'm in year 12, I switched classes and joined the AS Biology class and missed all of Unit 1 Biological Molecules that was covered in class. Over the October half term I read over some of the notes and watched the videos but of course ended up getting a U in the assessment.

Any advice on how I can catch up? It's difficult because of the continuation of the other units - we're on unit 3 now + 2 other A Level subjects that I take.

I was thinking of going over it again in February and April when we have time off.

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Go through your textbook, make notes on literally everything. Do all the past papers and spot key words to use in exams and how to answer questions accurately. Bio's a ***** like that.
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Can you ask your teacher to go through the material with you at lunch time a few days a week to catch up or even after school as a one to one thing? If so, that's probably a good place to start. And as the person above said, make notes using the textbook and get studying; try and revise the modules as you go along. Hope everything works out for you!
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