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    I struggle revising biology as I don't find it very interesting and so the information barely goes in. I have 3 days before the exam on Monday to fully focus and "hard core" revise, but as I said I struggle to remember any information. Does anyone have any tips? Or tricks to remember even one point of the course? Becoming desperate and running out of time 😩

    Diagrams worked a charm for me, and I rarely ever learn from them. Diagrams in Biology are useful because they allow you to see clearly how something works.

    For example, a diagram of the circulatory system is great because it allows you to see all the ventricles and atriums and the vena cava and the aorta and the pulmonary vein and artery and so forth.

    I hate biology, I just feel like what's the point in even revising when the majority of it won't come up? That's what happened with the prelim, I did study but it didn't help
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