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    whats the best way to learn loads of science facts???
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    read it to yourself with the text book, read is without looking but glancing down if you need to, close the text book read it out loud again, if you dont get it almost exactly right then repeat this process.

    for me, it wont work if i dont read out loud
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    It depends how you learn, what jazz_xox_ said may work for her, but may not work for you.
    Try Videos, Games, Flashcards.....You should know by now what suits you best.
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    For me, reading through my CGP guide works best. I go through it first and then answer a lot of past paper questions to consolidate what I learnt. The guides usually have a few questions at the end of the section so it can help if you answer them first/do a lot of past papers and then read through what you didn't do as well on. There's no point on going over everything if you already know bits quite well. Pace yourself too and don't cram solidly for more than an hour without breaks as that can stress you out even more.

    Most of my year do this and it usually works, but if you're a more visual learner it may help to write out key words from the topics and try to remember the rest of the topic through them or even to do a mind map on the subject.

    Is it B2 and B3 you have on Friday by any chance? :3
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    (Original post by miabae)
    For me, reading through my CGP guide works best. I go through it first and then answer a lot of past paper questions to consolidate what I learnt. The guides usually have a few questions at the end of the section so it can help if you answer them first/do a lot of past papers and then read through what you didn't do as well on. There's no point on going over everything if you already know bits quite well. Pace yourself too and don't cram solidly for more than an hour without breaks as that can stress you out even more.

    Most of my year do this and it usually works, but if you're a more visual learner it may help to write out key words from the topics and try to remember the rest of the topic through them or even to do a mind map on the subject.

    Is it B2 and B3 you have on Friday by any chance? :3
    Thanks and no its b2,c2,p2
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    Ahh, good luck then c:
 
 
 
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