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    Just wanted some tips for future reference,
    I really want an A at the end of the course.
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    i would suggest to do LOADS of past papers and ask your teachers, just annoy them and ask as many questions from them as possible
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    (Original post by im.a.witch)
    Just wanted some tips for future reference,
    I really want an A at the end of the course.
    Thank you
    Memorise everything
    Think outside the box on some application questions

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    (Original post by im.a.witch)
    Just wanted some tips for future reference,
    I really want an A at the end of the course.
    Thank you
    Past papers. That's pretty much it. There are a lot of application questions and you really have to do past papers to understand their logic.
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    (Original post by im.a.witch)
    Just wanted some tips for future reference,
    I really want an A at the end of the course.
    Thank you
    Don't start past paper till February, first understand and remember all the content

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    Emphasise on understanding. Thus past papers are wonderful to test if you REALLY understand what you are talking about.

    There is no point in leaving topics half-baked by memorising, it is essential to grind out all the key concepts and be able to deal with
    all questions on that particular topic.

    Biology like all other subjects need time, no point cramming huge amounts of content in April/May. Begin making sense of topics and making notes
    to leave yourself enough time to smash through all past papers and fill weaknesses.

    All the best!
 
 
 
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