Maths: Do some revision on graphing inequalities (even though my tutor is going to go through me with it on Wednesday)
Physics (P3): The Eye - I'm planning to make flashcards for the different parts of the eye, draw a pic and label it, write notes from the text book, and also watch mygcsescience to ensure I have a good understanding
Chemistry (C3): Carboxylic Acids - I'm planning to write notes from the text book, as well as watch mygcsescience. If I have enough time I may also do some exam questions to make sure I understand it as much as I can, but we'll see
Biology (B2): Fossils - For this I decided to mix things up a bit. I'll make text book notes and watch mygcsescience, and then I'll combine these on the computer. I'm also planning to do exam questions on the topic
Spanish: I have a revision guide with all of the vocabulary in, so I'm going to learn a full page using flashcards. I'm stuck on how to revise for Spanish. Anyone got any tips for languages in general?
Geography (Human - Changing Urban Environments): I will write 2 pages of written notes, and then transfer these notes to the computer. I'm working through the school-given revision guide for this
Hopefully it'll go well!
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- 21-02-2016 13:36
- 21-02-2016 14:54
Good luck with your revision! 6 to 7 hours per day is a lot, especially over Christmas. In terms of Geography, I would include lots of diagrams in the notes you're making and try to condense stuff as much as possible. Case studies are easier to remember if you have bullet points.