I have no idea how to revise for GCSE sciences and I have my exams I a few months.
I know I need to achieve all A's to reach my predicted grade and am capable of this. However, I don't know how to revise?
Should I write out all the information, mind maps, flash cards ?? I don't know.
I know it depends on the type of learner you are but I am trying revision cards and they take a long time but does it work in the end? Please suggest revision methods for sciences especially chemistry.
(I am doing AQA exam board and double science)
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Last edited by Lucario331; 09-02-2016 at 21:03.
- 09-02-2016 21:01
- 09-02-2016 21:05
Make sure you have good notes, then make questions out of them. For example; fact: "Blood contains a pigment called haemoglobin" now make this into a question: "what pigment does blood contain?". Once you have written out a test, fill it out, with all the answers using a DIFFERENT COLOURED Pen. You will pick up the answers easily because you have been subconsciously taking in the answers whilst trying to make questions. Got 8 A's at school by using this method hope it works for you!
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