Best way to revise science?
This question probably comes up frequently, I nearly have a full set of notes but there isnt much material to revise from...
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- Thread Starter
- 15-10-2017 14:22
- 15-10-2017 14:30
For my GCSE revision (Assuming you're doing your GCSE's) I watched a ton of youtube videos, then made notes on them, once I had done that I made flash cards based on the notes I made and some information from the book (my exam board reccomends.) Some great GCSE science YouTubers I found brilliant include; myGCSEscience and FreeScienceLessons. I found that myGCSEscience helps cover all the content you need and FreeScienceLessons was just simply consolidating the information I had learned from the book and the YouTube videos.
- 15-10-2017 14:35
Past papers, mark honestly, reflect on mistakes and redo questions you got wrong at a later date.
- 15-10-2017 14:38
Past papers are still very useful even for the new spec
Like said above, youtube channels are very helpful. However, freescience lessons will be finished all the topics before a month or two before the exams
Use the specification to make sure that the notes you have written contain everything the examboard wants
Find the specimen papers on your examboard's website as they will be a true reprsentation of what you will be facing next year