(Original post by Reviser101)
These are so good!! Congratulations!! I'm in year 11 too and I just wanted to ask how you revise for your sciences. For my mocks I got 7 (bio) and a 6 for both physics and chem.
everyone keeps asking me this, and im just like i legit just revised the morning before the exam. i just crammed (or well tried to cram) 3 years of each science into 3 hours lmao. i think the best way to revise last minute is get a past paper, and revise the content while doing the paper.
it doesnt have to be in properly timed conditions, i didnt even write anything down, i just had an answer in my head, but writing down stuff does help some people remmeber better.
if you get on to a question and find you dont particularly know that topic, revise the whole topic and do practice qs on it before moving on. if you have more time, watching stuff like freesciencelessons also helps a lot, and looking through any notes you might have made might aid your understanding of the topic.
practice your weaker areas of exam qs too. for example, if you know you struggle on 6 markers or practical based qs, make sure you practice them.
use flashcards for stuff like formulas, particularly in physics, and for facts you gotta know, if flashcards help you.
tbh i actually did the worst in bio (i just scraped a 9), but i was only expected an 8 in chem (i mostly got 6s and a 7 like once last year), so you can definitely get the grades you want by may, but congrats on your results, and i wish the best of luck in revising!