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Whats the best way to make notes of things that are not on the specification but are in exam questions?
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Whats the best way to make notes of things that are not on the specification but are in exam questions?
When I came across this, I'd just try to note what was said in the mark scheme and then take the topic and use the mark scheme as a pointer when googling it.

What sort of topics have you found like this?
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When I came across this, I'd just try to note what was said in the mark scheme and then take the topic and use the mark scheme as a pointer when googling it.

What sort of topics have you found like this?
Yeah thanks I'll do that, I was making my notes on A2 Physics and noticed that we learnt about thermal equilibrium even though it's not mention in the spec and then I looked at a past paper question and it asked for definitions??? And in Chemistry AS a question came up about calcium sulphate in the real exam and you had to mention gypsm but its not even in the spec (also I didn't write that bc I forgot)
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