Has anyone got any chemistry revision advice?
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- Thread Starter
- 14-11-2017 18:17
- 14-11-2017 18:32
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- 14-11-2017 20:28
i would print out your specification as this will tell you exactly what you need to know. what exam board are you doing?
i would then revise the content that the specification says you will need.
create flash cards to help you.
i revise science by folllowing this method:
- print out the specification from the official syllabus for each science subject
- divide up my time so i know how many topics i need to revise a day. also, i make sure that i give myself enough time to complete past papers
- start revising by going through the specification points for a certain topic and learning the content. i am a linear learner, so i am the kind of person who benefits from writing things out
- i create flashcards as i go along and when i write the flashcard, i make sure that i don’t look at my notes. this helps me to figure out whether or not i have learnt the content. but, i will then check my notes to make sure i haven’t left anything out that is important
- once i have finished revising a topic, i then review it by testing myself on all of the flashcards that i have made. if i fail to remember anything, i will go back and revise it again
- i then complete practice questions for the topic i have revised (my teacher provided us with questions for each topic). this helps me to cement my knowledge and check my understanding
- once i have revised everything or near enough everything, i start past papers and these are probably the most beneficial part of revision. it really helps you to get a feel of what will come up in the exam and it’s format
good luck! when is your exam?Last edited by ?Hannah?; 14-11-2017 at 20:29.
- Thread Starter
- 14-11-2017 20:34
Thanks! I have a chemistry mock tommorw