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    How tf do you revise science ive tried every method possible any suggestions on some real life help
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    (Original post by libzino6)
    How tf do you revise science ive tried every method possible any suggestions on some real life help
    have you tried doing past papers
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    I honestly had no idea either at GCSE so all i did was past papers all the time, but closer to the exams i made revision cards of question i frequently got wrong. Id say it worked for me since ABB wasnt too bad considering how late i started revision😂
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    ive literally tried everything should i just trap this isnt obviously workin for me
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    Sit down , wait a minute. Then just give up. Repeat the process. You will fail but it's okay!
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    try using snaprevise or the jim clark book .if you need more help message me I got a a* in chemistry Alevel this yr😀
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    I watched many videos it helped me to understand what each topic was about and then I did past papers , asked for extra work from my teachers, attended workshops, different trips e.g. To a zoo, to a hospital to test different microscopes, to a park to study biodiversity. It really helped as I am a visual person. I studied with my friends, we asked each other different questions it really helped.
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    (Original post by Carlos_98)
    Sit down , wait a minute. Then just give up. Repeat the process. You will fail but it's okay!
    great tip bro
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    I'll be honest. I told myself it was important and I needed to ace them to have a decent life (very dramatic I know). Sit down and go through the revision guide or textbook again and again. Get the content nailed in and use YouTube if you have to for understanding the content. You'll have to force yourself sometimes (this is when I would start singing or saying facts in a weird accent and my family would threaten to disown me). Then do past papers. I got A*s in Core, Additional and Further Additional this way at GCSE (self taught FA Science) and an A* in physics at A Level last year.
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