Biology Chemistry and Maths A-levelsWatch
For maths I go through the book and write down all the formulae that I need to know so it’s all in one place. I then just work through the questions and practice papers. If I get even the slightest bit wrong I will do loads of questions on that specific topic until I fully understand it. ‘Maths and physics tutor’ is great for getting past papers customised to specific topics.
For biology, I read through my textbook and memorise the content (that’s how I can revise the most efficiently). I make simplified notes on key points so that I can test myself when I am reviewing what I have revised.
For chemistry, I memorise what is in the textbook and make notes on only the equations, specific organic reactions and key definitions (I don’t make notes for theory). Then I do a lot of past papers and questions to consolidate my learning for all subjects.
I have mocks after February half-term
I’m doing the same subjects. My plan is to completely finish AS biology and chemistry before the February half-term so that I can get A’s on all my AS papers by that time. In February half-term I’ll learn everything I’ve done so far in A2 for all 3 subjects (I already did AS maths). Then in Easter I’ll learn everything including AS and A2 again and do past papers for all. Then after that I’ll just go over anything I’m less confident on and do past papers. This is only a general plan though so I probably won’t meet the deadlines I’ve set myself but I’ll try.