Tips for A Level revision?

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I'm doing the AQA A Level for Biology (new spec). I'm going to try and learn the textbook provided by the school for the mocks we have in the summer, but does anyone have any other tips, other than doing this, and going through past questions, that will help me achieve the best grade possible in these mocks for Biology?

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Hi

I'm doing the AQA A Level for Biology (new spec). I'm going to try and learn the textbook provided by the school for the mocks we have in the summer, but does anyone have any other tips, other than doing this, and going through past questions, that will help me achieve the best grade possible in these mocks for Biology?

Thank you.
I’d recommend watching videos, it makes it so much easier to understand different concepts. For “learning” the text book, use flash cards (written or electronic) so that you can keep reviewing them, that way you won’t forget the content
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Hi,

I don't know how useful this will be for your subject but for History as way that we learn new information is by using a picture 10 word method.

This method is basically where you have to portray the information onto a sheet of paper using pictures, as many numbers as you like, abbreviations and only 10 words.

I find this really helps me to learn key parts as you have to remember what you have drawn and what everything on the sheet means.

I hope this helps.
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Hi,

I don't know how useful this will be for your subject but for History as way that we learn new information is by using a picture 10 word method.

This method is basically where you have to portray the information onto a sheet of paper using pictures, as many numbers as you like, abbreviations and only 10 words.

I find this really helps me to learn key parts as you have to remember what you have drawn and what everything on the sheet means.

I hope this helps.
Thanks. I'm actually doing History as well so will be helpful!
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