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    I've been trying to revise biology but I just don't know how to learn the stuff without aimlessly just re-writing the whole textbook. I'm retaking the OCR bio exams from last year aswell.
    I just don't have a good method of biology revision or really for any subject, help (
    (Yes I've been doing past papers)
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    (Original post by Sidneyy12)
    I've been trying to revise biology but I just don't know how to learn the stuff without aimlessly just re-writing the whole textbook. I'm retaking the OCR bio exams from last year aswell.
    I just don't have a good method of biology revision or really for any subject, help (
    (Yes I've been doing past papers)
    Hi,

    I'm doing Edexcel AS Biology (new 2015 spec) and I know exactly how you feel!!! There is too much content!! Even doing past paper questions I'm still having to refer back to my notes!! Biology to me just seems like a memory game which just emphasises how forgetful I am
 
 
 
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