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hey guys, anyone know solid ways of revising gcse physics. could help with decent advice got mocks in 2 weeks and im really stressed. hope u understand (:
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I would suggest making mind maps of each topic, but if you don't like mindmaps then you could always use flashcards, and write information down on them. Also look online for any old practise papers. Hope this helps and good luck with your mocks (:
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I've got mine in 2 weeks too! The starting point is to be solid on your equations - because they can make or break your understanding of a question in physics. Next, it's worth look through your specification to make up some questions from the topic areas you're doing. When you can solidly answer all those questions, move on to practice papers etc. because by then, you already know the content, you just need to apply exam skills and timing. Also, be honest when you're marking! Hope this helps, sorry it was a bit long.
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I make practice Questions on each unit (with answers on the back) & have bought a whiteboard so I can write the answers & not waste paper. I’ve also made PowerPoints with basic information from lessons & just look through these.
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I would suggest making mind maps of each topic, but if you don't like mindmaps then you could always use flashcards, and write information down on them. Also look online for any old practise papers. Hope this helps and good luck with your mocks (:
thanx so so much really good advice and i'll try do make the mindmaps and notes. thanks you for wishing me luck and good luck to you with gcse/ a levels. thanx again....... (:
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I've got mine in 2 weeks too! The starting point is to be solid on your equations - because they can make or break your understanding of a question in physics. Next, it's worth look through your specification to make up some questions from the topic areas you're doing. When you can solidly answer all those questions, move on to practice papers etc. because by then, you already know the content, you just need to apply exam skills and timing. Also, be honest when you're marking! Hope this helps, sorry it was a bit long.
thnx a million. good luck with ur mocks aswell
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