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    any advise on studying Biology psychology and sociology
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    also will be resitting gcse maths along A2s
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    We do the exact same A-Levels!
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    (Original post by goal101)
    any advise on studying Biology psychology and sociology
    tips?
    also will be resitting gcse maths along A2s
    revise throughout
    The year
    Keep your stuff organised
    Make notes for every section
    What do I need to know for this topic ?
    Keep it all together
    Personally I made powerpoints for psychology that had everything on them I needed to know. I basically went through my textbook and wrote everything out in summary form minus all the wishy washy stuff hope that helps !
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    revise throughout
    The year
    Keep your stuff organised
    Make notes for every section
    What do I need to know for this topic ?
    Keep it all together
    Personally I made powerpoints for psychology that had everything on them I needed to know. I basically went through my textbook and wrote everything out in summary form minus all the wishy washy stuff hope that helps !
    Ohhh I seee thankyou for your advise, doing ppt seem cool, did you then re write everything when you were learning it and revising ? When did you start doing exam questions

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    We do the exact same A-Levels!
    That's awesome I just Pm'd you

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    Ohhh I seee thankyou for your advise, doing ppt seem cool, did you then re write everything when you were learning it and revising ? When did you start doing exam questions

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    I would basically go through the PowerPoint and cover up the info from each slide and then click to view it and then I could check it over and would keep doing then till I had officially ' learnt ' the content by which time I just wouldn't go over that slide again in terms of actual hardcore revision that started 3 months before the exams but for my other subjects like maths it was a continual process of revision but with more focus on past papers nearer the exam time
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    (Original post by fefssdf)
    I would basically go through the PowerPoint and cover up the info from each slide and then click to view it and then I could check it over and would keep doing then till I had officially ' learnt ' the content by which time I just wouldn't go over that slide again in terms of actual hardcore revision that started 3 months before the exams but for my other subjects like maths it was a continual process of revision but with more focus on past papers nearer the exam time
    Oooh that seems like a good revision technique because I find writing out all notes takes ages and it's time consuming but then again I'm a visual learner and onlt learn once I write it down I don't want to make the mistake again of taking so much time doing notes and then towards exam time leave notes and use what the teachers gave, because everything becomes too much, I'm stuck in terms of how I should take down notes now

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    Oooh that seems like a good revision technique because I find writing out all notes takes ages and it's time consuming but then again I'm a visual learner and onlt learn once I write it down I don't want to make the mistake again of taking so much time doing notes and then towards exam time leave notes and use what the teachers gave, because everything becomes too much, I'm stuck in terms of how I should take down notes now

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    Use the textbook and the specification. If a topic is something like ' research into intense fandom ' then pick 3 bits of research from the textbook and then come up with 3 evaluation points.
 
 
 
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