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    anyone got any notes or tips for revising all of triple science?
    B1 B2 B3
    C1 C2 C3
    P1 P2 P3???
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    (Original post by hq7)
    anyone got any notes or tips for revising all of triple science?
    B1 B2 B3
    C1 C2 C3
    P1 P2 P3???
    If you have the CGP revision guides on sciences, they're pretty useful and you could memorize or use flashcards to remember important notes/keywords from them.
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    (Original post by hq7)
    anyone got any notes or tips for revising all of triple science?
    B1 B2 B3
    C1 C2 C3
    P1 P2 P3???
    As someone who has done B1 , B2 , C1 , C2 , P1 and P2 (doing the 3s this summer) , and has gotten full marks UMS in B1 , B2 , C2 and P1 , I'd say the main thing is to learn exam technique. The most important thing for me is knowing the difference between "explain " and "describe" so you don't lose those stupid marks. And for physics , even if you have no idea just use some equations and scribble down some sums - 1 mark out of 3 is better than zero!
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    Hi I did these exams last year and the best way to revise personally is revision guides and YouTube videos which sum up topics quickly .
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    anyone got any flash cards or notes I can borrow?
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    (Original post by Calsiwm_Silicad)
    As someone who has done B1 , B2 , C1 , C2 , P1 and P2 (doing the 3s this summer) , and has gotten full marks UMS in B1 , B2 , C2 and P1 , I'd say the main thing is to learn exam technique. The most important thing for me is knowing the difference between "explain " and "describe" so you don't lose those stupid marks. And for physics , even if you have no idea just use some equations and scribble down some sums - 1 mark out of 3 is better than zero!
    can you give me any links for websites that help with exam techniques?
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    (Original post by bluefashionlover)
    Hi I did these exams last year and the best way to revise personally is revision guides and YouTube videos which sum up topics quickly .
    yh I use YouTube clips atm
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    (Original post by hq7)
    can you give me any links for websites that help with exam techniques?
    on the top of the tsr website there are links to videos by this youtuber who does science specific revision tips - there are videos and sections on exam techniques there , but I can't find the actual link sorry
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    (Original post by Calsiwm_Silicad)
    on the top of the tsr website there are links to videos by this youtuber who does science specific revision tips - there are videos and sections on exam techniques there , but I can't find the actual link sorry
    np
 
 
 
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