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    How exactly do i revise? My paper is in three weeks time so any help is appreciated.Plus if anyone has any last minute notes ,please do send me a link.That'll mean alot. Hope you have a nice day!
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    (I just answered the exact same question for another user, so just copied and pasted my previous reply!)

    Hi bruce.wayne

    I would say, along with class notes, use your revision guide to summaries your notes into small bite size chunks (flash cards, mind maps etc.) Posters are good for visual subjects such as organic synthesis which you can put on your bedroom wall.

    Exam question practice is very important, so print out all the past papers you can get your hands on and practice. Check out some of these revision websites. There is my own Science Skool (check my signature), Chem guide (which is awesome and so complete) as well as many others!

    Best of luck with your revision

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    How exactly do i revise? My paper is in three weeks time so any help is appreciated.Plus if anyone has any last minute notes ,please do send me a link.That'll mean alot. Hope you have a nice day!
    Practice constantly. I'd recommend going to Physics and Maths Tutor and read the notes on their website. If you do not understand it, you could try going on youtube and typing in the topic name (there are loads of tutorials).

    Once you feel a little bit more confident, start doing exam questions on particular topic, and then go on to doing past papers.

    Other useful websites:
    DocBrown Chemistry
    A-level Chem
    A level Chem Youtube
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    (I just answered the exact same question for another user, so just copied and pasted my previous reply!)

    Hi bruce.wayne

    I would say, along with class notes, use your revision guide to summaries your notes into small bite size chunks (flash cards, mind maps etc.) Posters are good for visual subjects such as organic synthesis which you can put on your bedroom wall.

    Exam question practice is very important, so print out all the past papers you can get your hands on and practice. Check out some of these revision websites. There is my own Science Skool (check my signature), Chem guide (which is awesome and so complete) as well as many others!

    Best of luck with your revision

    Alex
    Thank you very much for your help!
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    Practice constantly. I'd recommend going to Physics and Maths Tutor and read the notes on their website. If you do not understand it, you could try going on youtube and typing in the topic name (there are loads of tutorials).

    Once you feel a little bit more confident, start doing exam questions on particular topic, and then go on to doing past papers.

    Other useful websites:
    DocBrown Chemistry
    A-level Chem
    A level Chem Youtube
    Thank you for the references of some really useful websites.I owe you a big time.
 
 
 
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