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    I was wondering how I use the CGP science textbooks to revise??? I'm aiming for A*s in BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS???
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    (Original post by MediaROCKS)
    I was wondering how I use the CGP science textbooks to revise??? I'm aiming for A*s in BIOLOGY, CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS???
    The books themselves are not enough in my opinion. If you want an A* I would suggest writing condensed notes of each topic you need to revise from the book. After this add any extra information that you have done in your school book which should cover all you need to know for the exam. Also make sure you do past papers; these are vital in practicing for the real thing because it lets you know what topics you are weaker on. Also it gives a sense of the style of questions and also the answers that they are looking for.
 
 
 
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