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How do I revise Physics to ensure I get an 8?
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PAST PAPERS. LITERALLY. They are helping me so much, and whenever you don’t know a question, learn it. Now you have learned another thing and you’re more prepared. Keep doing them and ask your teacher for past questions and if they can mark them. Also look at mark schemes to see what they want you to write in the exam so you get full marks.


PS: I’m doing my GCSE’s this year aswell, feel free to add my snapchat @ willmcb007 and we can share revision stuff and just chat 😉
Hope I helped you out!
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I did past papers but I get really bad like 10/60
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Best thing is to learn the equations and have a basic skill in rearranging equations. 30% of Physics is just Maths with easy marks just by recalling the equation, rearranging and solving it. I'd also learn the required practicals as they're worth lots of marks.

Past papers is a good idea, especially learning how the mark scheme works. Some questions in Physics and Biology are very stupid and are more general knowledge than skill based.

Examples of 2018 Paper Questions: In terms of bananas, how can the general public understand radioactivity or A gardener sees a plant disease, how does he know what disease it is (Answers: People generally won't know what background radiation is, A gardener can use a catalogue or go online)
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I did past papers but I get really bad like 10/60
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