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And ways you recommend me to revise.
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Looking at other peoples notes online
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what A Levels are you taking if you dont mind me asking?
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Depends what a levels you do tbh?
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Looking at other peoples notes online
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what A Levels are you taking if you dont mind me asking?
Thanks, And well i'm still doing Gcse's but i just want to get advice now so like to get a head start if you get what i mean. But i'm thinking of doing Biology, chemistry, math, and psychology. Btw like how much do you revise in A levels?
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Depends what a levels you do tbh?
Thinking of doing Biology, chemistry, math, and psychology
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The key to A level sciences is to make sure you get all the concepts right, then focus on exam technique. Knowing the mark scheme is particularly important for biology.
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For maths , id recommend doing past papers!
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Thanks, And well i'm still doing Gcse's but i just want to get advice now so like to get a head start if you get what i mean. But i'm thinking of doing Biology, chemistry, math, and psychology. Btw like how much do you revise in A levels?
PAST PAPERS
PAST PAPERS
PAST PAPERS
PAST PAPERS
PAST PAPERS
PAST PAPERS!!!!!!!!!
Theyre the only thing that really helped me. I did English Lit, Philosophy and Psychology (a lot of essays)
It was long and boring but it paid off. Past papers train to you answer the questions properly, making sure you hit all the mark points.

I made little booklets out of flash cards full of condensed information on each module in psychology. Studies are important so memorising them is essential!
Practical applications and evaluations are so important.

Chemistry is just reading and remembering and being able to apply your knowledge to different questions
Biology is similar, learning the information is one thing but you have to be able to apply it to different questions.
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