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I'm in Year 12 doing AQA Biology (Biological Molecules, Cells etc.) ..

1. Are there any good methods to revise?
I was going to create a short revision book of notes for each topic and then practice exam questions but will this work?

2. How can I ensure I'm not taking notes on USELESS information?
For example, our teachers try to push us by including higher level content. I don't want to revise this because I'm not planning on doing biology in the future.

3. Are there any websites with clear, effective notes?

Thanks in advance.
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You could always look at the specification when you’re looking over your notes to make sure you have all the relevant information. After you do plenty of practise questions you start to see some of the gaps you might to fill in and make notes on.

As for the revision methods, I’m still trying to figure that out for myself.
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