My chemistry teacher was teaching today and she said someone she knew got an A* in AQA additional science through learning the mark scheme, which means doing past papers again and again so that you have the answer to the past question nailed in your head. I have found the exam series do sometimes repeat questions but with different wording in them with the same answer,
Would this be worth doing? Or would it be better to power through a workbook I have been working through instead?
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Last edited by Jor64; 04-05-2016 at 20:48.
- 04-05-2016 20:47
- 07-05-2016 13:35
Hi OP, Maybe do a mixture of both, revise and go over all the topics, and then do past paper questions and work book questions to test yourself and to practice exam technique.
But I wouldn't recommend learning the mark scheme, as that would probably take too long, and it's better to have a good understanding of the topics, so you will be ready for all kinds of questions. And I would recommend doing the past questions for just testing yourself and practicing exam technique.
Hope this helps