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    This is the point where people have the most knowledge in their subjects, so it’d be interesting to find out what people have learned.
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    Revisely has been a complete life saver when it comes to revising for me
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    (Original post by HarleyEy)
    Revisely has been a complete life saver when it comes to revising for me
    I will take a look at it, thank you
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    I will take a look at it, thank you
    You're welcome
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    (Original post by HarleyEy)
    Revisely has been a complete life saver when it comes to revising for me
    second this, revisely is sick, try physics and maths tutor too
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    (Original post by abdul17)
    second this, revisely is sick, try physics and maths tutor too
    Yeah I've used pmt too and but the layout isn't that great and makes it a bit difficult to use, the content is quite good though so it's sort of a compromise, do you use any other sites than revisely and pmt?
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    (Original post by HarleyEy)
    Yeah I've used pmt too and but the layout isn't that great and makes it a bit difficult to use, the content is quite good though so it's sort of a compromise, do you use any other sites than revisely and pmt?
    uhhh thats about it really, wbu?
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    (Original post by HarleyEy)
    Yeah I've used pmt too and but the layout isn't that great and makes it a bit difficult to use, the content is quite good though so it's sort of a compromise, do you use any other sites than revisely and pmt?
    if you're doing maths then exam solutions is amazing
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    (Original post by SeanLewis9868)
    if you're doing maths then exam solutions is amazing
    Oh yeah I've seen him his videos are really good, any other channels you'd recommend?
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    (Original post by abdul17)
    second this, revisely is sick, try physics and maths tutor too
    Yeah I’ve seen this site but haven’t looked at it too much, will take another look now
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    (Original post by 8Baller)
    Yeah I’ve seen this site but haven’t looked at it too much, will take another look now
    seems most people have heard of it at this point
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    (Original post by abdul17)
    seems most people have heard of it at this point
    Probably because it always shows up first on google
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    Don't leave it until the final 2 months...
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    (Original post by Jater)
    Don't leave it until the final 2 months...
    That isn’t very helpful...
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    (Original post by 8Baller)
    This is the point where people have the most knowledge in their subjects, so it’d be interesting to find out what people have learned.
    Read from ready made revision sheets (you can find these on get revising or old threads on TSR for your subject); answer exam questions on a daily basis (make this a habit; mark your work, and if you see something is wrong or can't understand something write it down on a piece of paper and take it to to your teacher to get detailed explanation.
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    2 months is plenty of time. Birmingham City University actually recommends a month, and longer if you are one of those people who gets worried. So don't stress. I suggest really breaking down your revision and working out what you struggle with. If there is information you need to learn then learn it, if exam technique is your problem then focus on that.
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    (Original post by HarleyEy)
    Oh yeah I've seen him his videos are really good, any other channels you'd recommend?
    hegarty maths and mathsaurus
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    (Original post by SeanLewis9868)
    hegarty maths and mathsaurus
    Never heard of mathsaurus, ill take a look cheers
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    I use the Maths Genie website for A-level maths. He's an actual life-saver - I'm doing better in maths then I ever have before.
    Just wondering if there were any good videos/websites for OCR chemistry A.

    Thank youuuu!!!!
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    (Original post by chocomad1999)
    I use the Maths Genie website for A-level maths. He's an actual life-saver - I'm doing better in maths then I ever have before.
    Just wondering if there were any good videos/websites for OCR chemistry A.

    Thank youuuu!!!!
    I've never seen Maths Genie and will have to check it out, as for OCR chemistry, take a look at revisely as I mentioned earlier, I use it for AQA chemistry and it's excellent
 
 
 

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