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I take bio chem maths and history - is it possible for me to go from 4B's currently to 4A's? My exams start in a month
If so - how would i do this?
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Chemistry- memorise key terms
Maths- Counter any silly mistakes you commonly make
History-Don't know, I don't take it
Biology-cry in a corner and wait for it to be over
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(Original post by greys-anatomy)
I take bio chem maths and history - is it possible for me to go from 4B's currently to 4A's? My exams start in a month
If so - how would i do this?
I also take maths and history - in the same situation!! 4Bs...well, close to 2As and 2Bs
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I take bio chem maths and history - is it possible for me to go from 4B's currently to 4A's? My exams start in a month
If so - how would i do this?
Good evening!
Of course it is possible! I take AS biology, chemistry, physics and history- so while I can't speak for maths, I can talk a bit about all of the others.

History- get to grips with the basic timeline, important reforms (we're doing Angevin England and Tsarist Russia). Get to learn the dates of these and any specific facts/figures. As long as you stick to your chosen "method" of answering exam questions and use facts/figures to back it up- you'll do great!
If you do the Angevin Kings course, let me know and I can sort out a few powerpoints covering the entire course for you.

Biology- What a horrendously picky subject! Learn some standard M/S answers such as definitions and basic processes. Keep doing practice papers.
-If you do OCR Biology then I can send you a few powerpoints on specific but important topics.

Chemistry- With this, you've got to live and breathe the subject- know the function groups, methods of producing various chemicals (ethanol, fractional distillation and cracking, etc) as well as amount of substance Q!'s. Also learn some standard definitions for certain things (eg: Hess' law, definition of a free radical, electronegativity, etc).

I do hope that helps!

Sam
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could you please send me some biology powerpoints! It would be so helpful!
Of course, PM inbound

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