HelloThere191817
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I'm iin year 10 and I have exams in History, Chemisty, Biology, Physics and English in June. I'm going to start revising next week but I have no idea how. Once I've gone through the content in my school books what do I do then? Move on to cgp revision books?
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What I suggest is first look up the specification online for each subject on the exam boards' websites. Use your school and revision guides/textbooks to highlight the key points. This way you are making concise notes without underdoing or overdoing it. Then practise exam papers and keep doing these. Any questions that you don't understand or you don't know how to obtain the correct answer that is found on the mark scheme, don't brush it underneath the carpet always ask for help whenever you need it.

I can help you with chemistry and biology, a little in physics but English and history im hopeless at xD
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