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im stressing out for my mocks next week, i have my real gcse science exam two weeks after that but im trying to concentrate on my exams that actually count but on top of that im getting a ton of homework. Any revison tools and tips other than revision cards and writing things out? thanksss
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keep doing a lot of past papers.most are online or ask your teacher for some.try to write your notes over and over again until you remember itset out a exam timetable and be realisticrevise each chunk and simplify this using bullet points,key facts,,highlighting etc (you can say it out loud)when writing your notes draw some pictures to help your remember eg in science draw a plant and what is inside etc)also as you said you have a lot of homework try to keep it up, and do it in school so when you get home you can revise etc ,also tell your teacher about having too much homework as he/she may give you less next time
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what exam board are you doing for science?
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(Original post by ceydaa.b)
im stressing out for my mocks next week, i have my real gcse science exam two weeks after that but im trying to concentrate on my exams that actually count but on top of that im getting a ton of homework. Any revison tools and tips other than revision cards and writing things out? thanksss
here is some science websites which help me a lot

http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/subjects/zrkw2hv
http://www.my-gcsescience.com/
http://www.gcsescience.com/index.html
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(Original post by ceydaa.b)
im stressing out for my mocks next week, i have my real gcse science exam two weeks after that but im trying to concentrate on my exams that actually count but on top of that im getting a ton of homework. Any revison tools and tips other than revision cards and writing things out? thanksss
Make an organised revision timetable. In my timetable I start with homework, then I write down the subject I'm going to revise after that and I also write down the topic I'm going to study. I don't write down what times I'm going to revise as my routine keeps changing.
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