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    Im gonna retake my core science in year 10 (starts september), and do additional and further same year! I want to get an A or an A* in all could someone with good grades help please? And tell me when in the year to revise (b1 b2 b3 p1 p2 p3 c1 c2 c3). Im happy to start revising september.
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    (Original post by nawedxperia)
    Im gonna retake my core science in year 10 (starts september), and do additional and further same year! I want to get an A or an A* in all could someone with good grades help please? And tell me when in the year to revise (b1 b2 b3 p1 p2 p3 c1 c2 c3). Im happy to start revising september.
    It'll be a slight challenge but I did something similar-ish at A-level (I did 9 units in Maths in one year) on top of two other subjects, it's not impossible but will take some hard work.

    I would say do B1, P1, C1 (in any order...) and then the 2's and then the 3's. After finishing the 1's for each subject, do some revision over all of them, whether it's just a past paper or two each or just reading through the textbook or having someone test you orally on the notes or textbook. Perhaps it would help to have notes on flash cards for this purpose.

    In terms of time, something like one unit every 2-3 weeks would mean that you finish in time for exams, but honestly, just aim to do things as quickly as possible (but giving enough unit each time, of course) and see how much time you need.
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    It'll be a slight challenge but I did something similar-ish at A-level (I did 9 units in Maths in one year) on top of two other subjects, it's not impossible but will take some hard work.

    I would say do B1, P1, C1 (in any order...) and then the 2's and then the 3's. After finishing the 1's for each subject, do some revision over all of them, whether it's just a past paper or two each or just reading through the textbook or having someone test you orally on the notes or textbook. Perhaps it would help to have notes on flash cards for this purpose.

    In terms of time, something like one unit every 2-3 weeks would mean that you finish in time for exams, but honestly, just aim to do things as quickly as possible (but giving enough unit each time, of course) and see how much time you need.
    thanks for your answer! by unit you mean like a section? so say for physics solar system is one unit then electromagnetic spectrum is the next.
 
 
 
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