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    Can anyone just summaries what topics and kind of things we need to know for the science edexcel biology, chemistry and physics gcse?
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    biology: classification, variation, neurone system, evolution, genetic disorders, diabetes, hormones, plant hormones, drugs, infectious disease, defences, biomass, water and air pollution, carbon cycle, nitrogen cycle

    physics: solar system, reflection and refraction, focal length, EM waves, the universe, doppler effect, star cycle, theories of the universe, ultrasound and infrasound, electrical circuits and energy sources, generators and transformers, radiation

    chemistry: atmosphere, rock, quarrying, thermal decomposition, acid base salt, electrolysis, metals, hydrocarbons, polymers, alkane alkenes, cracking, greenhouse effect and acid rain, biofuels
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    (Original post by caitlinford3)
    biology: classification, variation, neurone system, evolution, genetic disorders, diabetes, hormones, plant hormones, drugs, infectious disease, defences, biomass, water and air pollution, carbon cycle, nitrogen cycle

    physics: solar system, reflection and refraction, focal length, EM waves, the universe, doppler effect, star cycle, theories of the universe, ultrasound and infrasound, electrical circuits and energy sources, generators and transformers, radiation

    chemistry: atmosphere, rock, quarrying, thermal decomposition, acid base salt, electrolysis, metals, hydrocarbons, polymers, alkane alkenes, cracking, greenhouse effect and acid rain, biofuels
    Thank you - Do you know any good techniqyes for learning physics and chemistry in a few days?
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    Thank you - Do you know any good techniqyes for learning physics and chemistry in a few days?
    normally I would say flash cards but you're cut short for time- youtube videos, make notes, review your notes afterwards actively with a highlighter, do a few past papers, if you're a visual learner type the whole spec up on word if you will remember it that way
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    (Original post by caitlinford3)
    normally I would say flash cards but you're cut short for time- youtube videos, make notes, review your notes afterwards actively with a highlighter, do a few past papers, if you're a visual learner type the whole spec up on word if you will remember it that way
    Thank you so much, I will try these. It's just that my gcses are next week, so I have to revise biology, chemistry and physics (and im a little bit stuck with chemistry and don't know anything about physics, so it's a lot of work to go over).
 
 
 
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