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    yeh I started this Monday I already have a timetable

    so far I have flashcards for biology physics and chemistry

    I watched a few videos for science and maths

    and make notes for all subjects

    done past papers for physics
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    (Original post by dcencima)
    yeh I started this Monday I already have a timetable

    so far I have flashcards for biology physics and chemistry

    I watched a few videos for science and maths

    and make notes for all subjects

    done past papers for physics
    What I do is sit with my resources in front of me and write the key parts down (either write them in little points or full sentences, whatever works for you) and at the end make yourself a little test like matching up what does what. If this doesn't work stick with your flash cards and just stick them on your wall so you see them without even noticing and the information should go in
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    how did you find the english mock
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    (Original post by hello12356)
    how did you find the english mock
    havent done it yet guessing you done yours
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    (Original post by dcencima)
    yeh I started this Monday I already have a timetable

    so far I have flashcards for biology physics and chemistry

    I watched a few videos for science and maths

    and make notes for all subjects

    done past papers for physics
    For the sciences go through the specification and make sure you know everything on there, that helped me a lot when I did my gcse's

    Maths just do as many practice questions as possible
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    (Original post by dcencima)
    yeh I started this Monday I already have a timetable

    so far I have flashcards for biology physics and chemistry

    I watched a few videos for science and maths

    and make notes for all subjects

    done past papers for physics
    What I did was stand up and act as if I was teaching the content to someone else (so e.g. go through the topic in detail giving reasons for why x, z and y happens). Saying stuff out loud is an excellent way to revise (for some of course). It may seem weird/strange but it got me the grades I wanted and needed so...
 
 
 
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