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-I'm gonna take my Phy, Chem and Bio Paper 2s soon
-Can anyone please outline what to learn for Paper 2
-And any predictions? (BTW, I'm giving the r papers)
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Since the exams are being quite peculiar this time, it's better you revise everything, especially the UNcommon topics since edexcel is kinda giving us the nasty surprise in each science exam, as you may have noticed. But according to me...

For Chem, make sure you know the calculations, polymerisation, uses and industrial processes along with their conditions. Organic section is very important too, and learn all the common salt stuff, and separating, chromatography stuff, bonding stuff, chemical equations.

For Bio, I'd suggest you to study EVERY single stuff that did not come up for paper 1. Don't skip the topics that came, just to be safe. Practise experimental questions too.

For Physics, revise everything, esp how the experiments are conducted, magnetism, radioactivity, energy, and motion stuff. Make sure you know the concepts and equations by heart, and how to manipulate them.

Last but not the least, learn the keywords for the common, repetitive questions for all three sciences.

Hope I have helped
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Since the exams are being quite peculiar this time, it's better you revise everything, especially the UNcommon topics since edexcel is kinda giving us the nasty surprise in each science exam, as you may have noticed. But according to me...

For Chem, make sure you know the calculations, polymerisation, uses and industrial processes along with their conditions. Organic section is very important too, and learn all the common salt stuff, and separating, chromatography stuff, bonding stuff, chemical equations.

For Bio, I'd suggest you to study EVERY single stuff that did not come up for paper 1. Don't skip the topics that came, just to be safe. Practise experimental questions too.

For Physics, revise everything, esp how the experiments are conducted, magnetism, radioactivity, energy, and motion stuff. Make sure you know the concepts and equations by heart, and how to manipulate them.

Last but not the least, learn the keywords for the common, repetitive questions for all three sciences.

Hope I have helped
Thank you!
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Thank you!
You're welcome !
If you ever need more help and study tips for any of those subjects, you may PM me
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