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I'm 18 and I've only recently realised I've wanted to be a doctor. I completely messed up my GCSEs, as in I got Ds for my sciences, for both sciences(I did combined science).

I am thinking I should do my GCSEs again at college, and then do an access course to medicine because I can not afford to pay for alevels individually.

Maybe I could just do my alevels at home, but I would not really have an sources.
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Right now I am out of education due to unfortunate events. I am studying my GCSE sciences at home right now so I can succeed starting September.

Is there websites that are good for resources?
Are there any apps good for revision?
How do you stay motivated to study?
Study methods?
I don't know,general help??
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Try BBC Bitesize, Physics and Maths Tutor and sites like that. Also, try and source some CGP revision guides, they’re fairly cheap
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Libraries are your friend, free and have plenty of books, YouTube, BBC bitesize website, look at the syllabuses,
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There's a youtube channel called freesciencelesson (here is the link https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqb...Xw9Il7sBVG3_bw) and they cover the whole GCSE science spec for most exam boards

If you're doing maths, then I found hegarty maths really useful (link here https://www.youtube.com/user/HEGARTYMATHS)

There's also GCSE maths and science by primrose kitten (link here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBg...R4QIK2e0EfJwaA) that does lots of summary videos (which I find useful for the night before the exam)

Learn dojo is also useful depending on what subjects your doing (link here https://learndojo.org/)

Quizlett is also a good free website for making flashcards and using flashcards that other people have made. I think its good because it lets you practice the flashcards in a game where you destroy asteroids to protect planets by typing the right answer, which helps me to stop daydreaming as its timed.

Hopefully some of this is useful
(Original post by IdealDoc)
I'm 18 and I've only recently realised I've wanted to be a doctor. I completely messed up my GCSEs, as in I got Ds for my sciences, for both sciences(I did combined science).

I am thinking I should do my GCSEs again at college, and then do an access course to medicine because I can not afford to pay for alevels individually.

Maybe I could just do my alevels at home, but I would not really have an sources.
P
Right now I am out of education due to unfortunate events. I am studying my GCSE sciences at home right now so I can succeed starting September.

Is there websites that are good for resources?
Are there any apps good for revision?
How do you stay motivated to study?
Study methods?
I don't know,general help??
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