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    I have done all the F324 papers multiple times!I have no idea how to revise between now and the exam.What is everyone doing?
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    Hi!

    If you haven't already, try using the resources that MaChemGuy has on twitter and youtube. He has videos explaining different types of questions and going through past papers and I found that listening to his videos (even if I may have already done the question) has helped me.

    You could also try coming up with your own 'paper'. I know it sounds silly, but sometimes, if you've exhausted all of your revision resources, it can be helpful to come up with some questions of your own. If you know anybody else in this situation, maybe you could do your own and have the other complete it.

    You could also try writing definitions on post it notes and sticking them around the house, drawing reaction pathway diagrams, or making some flip notes and having maybe a parent test you (you could have the question on one side and have the answer on another).

    Hope this helps! I for one will be sticking to past papers. I did them all a while ago and I've forgotten some stuff.
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    Hi!

    If you haven't already, try using the resources that MaChemGuy has on twitter and youtube. He has videos explaining different types of questions and going through past papers and I found that listening to his videos (even if I may have already done the question) has helped me.

    You could also try coming up with your own 'paper'. I know it sounds silly, but sometimes, if you've exhausted all of your revision resources, it can be helpful to come up with some questions of your own. If you know anybody else in this situation, maybe you could do your own and have the other complete it.

    You could also try writing definitions on post it notes and sticking them around the house, drawing reaction pathway diagrams, or making some flip notes and having maybe a parent test you (you could have the question on one side and have the answer on another).

    Hope this helps! I for one will be sticking to past papers. I did them all a while ago and I've forgotten some stuff.
    Thanks a lot!
 
 
 
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