who got a grade 7 , 8 , or 9 in chemistry and overall all the sciences Watch

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question in the title. also if u did any revision tips mostly for chemistry?
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For Chemistry, the Chemrevise website is AMAZING! I wish I discovered it when I was doing my GCSEs but i'm using it for A-Levels right now to get top grades
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I got 8-8 in combined science and I'd also recommend Chemrevise and physics and maths tutor! I'm currently doing AS Chem, and Chemrevise is the best! Good luck!
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chemistry - 9 biology - 8 physics - 7 i did so bad in physics. for chemistry learn spec with thorough detail and do past papers and questions regularly to familiarise with the mark scheme and biology same. Consolidate on notes regularly to avoid cramming. Ask sum1 else about physics as I am completely useless
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9-9-9. Just keep on reading the revision guides everyday while making notes. To be honest, the revision for my mocks helped me to remember most of the information.
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(Original post by lol1223)
chemistry - 9 biology - 8 physics - 7 i did so bad in physics. for chemistry learn spec with thorough detail and do past papers and questions regularly to familiarise with the mark scheme and biology same. Consolidate on notes regularly to avoid cramming. Ask sum1 else about physics as I am completely useless
r u serious, 7 is so not bad at all like I would love to get that. but thx for u tips
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9-9-9. Just keep on reading the revision guides everyday while making notes. To be honest, the revision for my mocks helped me to remember most of the information.
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For Chemistry, the Chemrevise website is AMAZING! I wish I discovered it when I was doing my GCSEs but i'm using it for A-Levels right now to get top grades
thank u and good luck
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(Original post by MydaMina)
I got 8-8 in combined science and I'd also recommend Chemrevise and physics and maths tutor! I'm currently doing AS Chem, and Chemrevise is the best! Good luck!
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[QUOTE=Grade A;79793110]For Chemistry, the Chemrevise website is AMAZING! I wish I discovered it when I was doing my GCSEs but i'm using it for A-Levels right now to get top grades [/QUOTE

chemrevise is only for A level just checked it out, do uno any other site but for GCSE?
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same here im finding it hard to juggle all the info
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Keep reviewing your notes!!!!!!!!!
Even just flicking through them while you stuff your face with xyz😂😂
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I got a 9-9, and all I can say, is just review your notes constantly, read your textbooks, and use your teachers
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I got a 9-9, and all I can say, is just review your notes constantly, read your textbooks, and use your teachers
tbh I get how to revise biology and physics, but for chemistry I feel like theres nothing to acc take notes on like theres jist equations all the time and formulas
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I got 88 (possibly 89 as I'm waiting on a remark).
  • Make revision cards for all the topics you find difficult. Look through the revision cards regularly and highlight key words on them.
  • Do all the past papers and lots of practice questions.
  • Read through your textbook regularly.
  • BBC Bitesize quizzes.
  • Seneca Learning.
  • For Physics make a set of revision cards for the equations. Put the equation on one side and an example question using it on the back.
  • For each of the core practicals, write/type up a set of instructions for it in detail. Try not to look at the textbook when doing it.
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