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    How do you revise a level chemistry???
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    I find that I don't need to revise for any class if I listen to the teacher and ask questions at the end of the lesson when half of the class leaves and they can't listen in. Your teacher can usually explain things better 1 on 1 and so you won't forget stuff as easily.

    At A level your teacher will give you priority and if another class comes in he/she won't mind talking for an extra few minutes.

    That said, it's always good to take good clear notes and check for summary sheets online, as well as looking at past papers.
    Not everyone has a great memory, many experienced doctors forget things and have to Google them.
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    PAST PAPERS!!!! I CANNOT STRESS HOW MUCH USE THEY WERE TO ME!!!! YEAR 12 I WAS LIKE U/E/D GRADE STUDENT AND THIS YEAR I'VE BEEN DOING SO MANY PAST PAPERS IM UP TO A GRADE B!!!!!!!!!

    but yeah past paper questions and stuff like that are really useful
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    UN-DER-STAND. That is the key, understand every concept and be able to apply is to exam questions.
 
 
 
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