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how can i revise without writing notes? it's so dull and boring 😭😭😭
i rather use past papers or textbooks but i dislike mind maps! please helppp
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teach someone or just pretend to i find that helps a lot
mind maps revision flash cards
or make videos anything u feel comfortable with
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teach someone or just pretend to i find that helps a lot
mind maps revision flash cards
or make videos anything u feel comfortable with
i like teaching myself but there are too many useless information to learn in textbooks
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how can i revise without writing notes? it's so dull and boring 😭😭😭
i rather use past papers or textbooks but i dislike mind maps! please helppp
Hey! What i found the best was using revision guides where they ask questions after each topics. Also past papers are great! Theres a lot of similar questions in real exams as to past ones so defo use those!
I hope this helps!
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Hey! What i found the best was using revision guides where they ask questions after each topics. Also past papers are great! Theres a lot of similar questions in real exams as to past ones so defo use those!
I hope this helps!
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yea but i dont see the point of doing a past paer if i dont know the content
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i like teaching myself but there are too many useless information to learn in textbooks
try picking out the key info maybe by highlighting or using the specification and answering them as perhaps questions like what the exam board might ask u can use past paper questions to help u
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try picking out the key info maybe by highlighting or using the specification and answering them as perhaps questions like what the exam board might ask u can use past paper questions to help u
idk i think that i will struggle to remember key facts after 2 days without notes
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idk i think that i will struggle to remember key facts after 2 days without notes
make a note of them so u dont forget
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There are a few great YoutTube channels. If you are doing A-Level Chemistry I highly recommend Allery Chemistry.

I NEVER revise by writing/ reading notes. It is entirely past-paper based learning If there is a topic I need help with, I may use a revision guide. Only facts that I find do not stick, I write on flashcards but I bin those after the test.

Lastly, something I only did in preparation for uni interviews, was teach my mum what I was learning. I found that I needed to explain everything in a structured manner, which made understanding a topic much easier as it has become more structured in my brain as well. I have ordered a whiteboard off Amazon recently so I can do this more (but not to mum, she would get bored and doesn’t have enough time😂).
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There are a few great YoutTube channels. If you are doing A-Level Chemistry I highly recommend Allery Chemistry.

I NEVER revise by writing/ reading notes. It is entirely past-paper based learning If there is a topic I need help with, I may use a revision guide. Only facts that I find do not stick, I write on flashcards but I bin those after the test.

Lastly, something I only did in preparation for uni interviews, was teach my mum what I was learning. I found that I needed to explain everything in a structured manner, which made understanding a topic much easier as it has become more structured in my brain as well. I have ordered a whiteboard off Amazon recently so I can do this more (but not to mum, she would get bored and doesn’t have enough time😂).
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make a note of them so u dont forget
thank you both ill try these tips right know cuz i got chemistry and physics

GCSE pupil can i ask you how's chemistry a level? i found the subject tricky but doable but my teacher discouraged me from doing it because i want to do french, spanish and chemistry
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thank you both ill try these tips right know cuz i got chemistry and physics

GCSE pupil can i ask you how's chemistry a level? i found the subject tricky but durable but my teacher discouraged me from doing it because i want to do french, spanish and chemistry
I am doing chemistry physics maths and EPQ and can honestly say that chemistry is my most-enjoyed subject (applied to all unis to study pure chemistry). I am actually doing mocks at the moment and I find that with the spec and past papers and enough practice, chemistry is very doable. Unlike physics, I found that chemistry takes a small step up from GCSE (physics I found to take a LEAP).
If you enjoy chemistry now, you will enjoy it at A-Level!
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I am doing chemistry physics maths and EPQ and can honestly say that chemistry is my most-enjoyed subject (applied to all unis to study pure chemistry). I am actually doing mocks at the moment and I find that with the spec and past papers and enough practice, chemistry is very doable. Unlike physics, I found that chemistry takes a small step up from GCSE (physics I found to take a LEAP).
If you enjoy chemistry now, you will enjoy it at A-Level!
i really enjoy chemistry but unfortunately im doing combined science not triple 😭😭 anyways, i will try to use your tips right now! thank youuu
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i really enjoy chemistry but unfortunately im doing combined science not triple 😭😭 anyways, i will try to use your tips right now! thank youuu
Anytime and best of luck!

Edit: btw if you are passionate about it I am sure the school would let you do A level chemistry.
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