So on results day I received a D for science A twenty first century (OCR) overall, due to achieving D's in biology, chemistry and physics, meaning my coursework didn't help for the overall (I achieved a B). I called my school on that day and they said I could resit next year, which I was fine with. However, they emailed me today saying the last sitting opportunity for my exam is November, which is very inconvenient because they gave me little notice and mislead me on results day, meaning I only have about under two weeks to go through the content again. Does anyone have any advice on how to revise effectively at such little time, and how to answer the 6 markers (I got my exam scripts and my marks range from 1-3, and they didn't attach mark schemes). I only want to achieve a C.
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- Thread Starter
- 18-10-2017 12:44
- 18-10-2017 12:50
Personally, I found smacking heaving duty revision guides on my forehead. The pounding really gave me a good knowledge on revision. That I don't know how to revise.
Hope this method works for you. Only downside is a slight possibility of brain damage.
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- 18-10-2017 17:34
Read over quick summary points. Re-familiarise yourself with the key concepts. Understand where you can get easy marks with content knowledge and do a couple of summary questions. After that, it should be past papers galore with notes on where you lost marks in each paper. Just before the exam, revisit these notes and take a breather. You'll be fab