Is snap revise a good source of revision for Chemistry OCR and Biology AQA?

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I just started sixth form and was wondering if anyone uses snaprevise and if so... Is it good? and I was thinking of using it alongside my school notes and some textbooks for each respective subject and so would it be good to use snaprevise to base my overall notes from? (my notes will obviously also come from textbook, school notes etc)

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It's very good, def recommend
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Alright, thanks! what would say about it that made it very good?
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It's very good, def recommend
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I just started sixth form and was wondering if anyone uses snaprevise and if so... Is it good? and I was thinking of using it alongside my school notes and some textbooks for each respective subject and so would it be good to use snaprevise to base my overall notes from? (my notes will obviously also come from textbook, school notes etc)

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The videos are quite good as they explain things that you don't understand. The notes had one of few things extra from my own notes, but the videos most certainly help especially with inorganic A2 topics.
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Ok thanks a lot, pal!
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The videos are quite good as they explain things that you don't understand. The notes had one of few things extra from my own notes, but the videos most certainly help especially with inorganic A2 topics.
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Alright, thanks! what would say about it that made it very good?
They're very good at explaining things, and it's all directly related to each specification, so you're not missing anything
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Thanks for the info!
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They're very good at explaining things, and it's all directly related to each specification, so you're not missing anything
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i used this and the notes written by dr boes to gte an a* in chemistry .they dr boes notes are sooo usefull alongisde the snaprevise
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That's incredible! well done man and thanks a lot for the info... appreciate it bro!
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i used this and the notes written by dr boes to gte an a* in chemistry .they dr boes notes are sooo usefull alongisde the snaprevise
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Found this on YouTube (learnbiology.net) which looks like it’s going to ok... website says under construction though...
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