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Hi, in my AQA Biology Exams B1 I keep getting a few marks off an A*. How can I get an A*? When I do past papers at home I seem to get less than when I do them at school. I'm not sure why???

My AQA BIOLOGY B1 Exam is next week on the 17th may and could someone give me suggestions on what specifically to revise that may come up/are the harder questions such as 6 markers and how I can get an A*. I think the hard parts in the exam are the tables/graphs and sometimes it takes me a while to understand what is going on in the table/graph which can take time.

Also, in most my exams I usually find that I am not specific enough. How can I REMEMBER to be more specific in the real exam? Thanks
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Before your exam, keep telling yourself to make sure you're specific, but don't stress out. Revise drugs and drug trials as a lot of people have predicted that this will come up. good luck also remember your ISA, B2 and B3 could pull your grade up if you don't do well in B1
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