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    so, what do you study on A-day before exam, and
    B-morning of exam
    for these subjects/units?

    biology- units 5 and 6
    chemistry- units 5 and 6
    physics- units 5 and 6
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    ????
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    Quite a vague question dont you think?
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    The day before Biology, I study Physics. The day before Chemistry, I study Biology. And the day before Physics, I study Chemistry.
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    have you done revision already or are you going to be doing some cramming?
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    very little revision..
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    same very little, im ill.
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    Do as many past papers as possible, Thats what im trying to do. Iv got those Biology and Chemistry exams but french instead of physics. They are all too close together.
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    i meant how do you revise, do you do past papers, look at notes or learn stuff?
    i obviously didnt mean wut subject, that's just lame^^^
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    past papers are your best bet at this late stage pal.
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    i think- have i covered evrything? then i think why am i being lazy and not revising




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    (Original post by malsi101)
    i think- have i covered evrything? then i think why am i being lazy and not revising




    lol yeah thats how i feel.......its 10pm and iv gone over it all...then start thinking theres still time left (every minute counts!) to go over it again and maybe pick up a vital mark or two in the process
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    I'm dreading synoptic. Last exam i couldn't fall asleep at all because i was ill, which was annoying.
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    I try not to revise a day before an exam. My brain freezes and thus, its much better to relax...but this is hard to do!

    Usually in the revision process i make mind maps; the day before the exam, i will just put together a mind map on what i know about every little detail, compare it to the original. Then just keep reading over the stuff that hasnt been absorbed.
    I find it helps, but its not for everyone i guess
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    Sorry to sound rude, but YOUR question is LAME. Many people on here are in the same position as you, so there still doing A2's, and havent even got to the exams your talking about, so really people wont know too much on what they are going to do on this day or that day, unless they specifically made a timetable.

    I wouldnt say your question is vague, i think its too detailed lol.

    I think you should go through as much past papers as possible, for each subject, and when your stuck refer back to a revision guide and then the mark scheme, that way i think i learn better.
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    hey, do we need to learn the experiments for all units in physics?
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    hey, do we need to learn the experiments for all units in physics?
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    (Original post by gorilla_baby)
    i meant how do you revise, do you do past papers, look at notes or learn stuff?
    i obviously didnt mean wut subject, that's just lame^^^
    was that aimed at me?
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    (Original post by alicey08)
    was that aimed at me?
    lol, no, it was actually for that cow guy
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    (Original post by Cowberg)
    The day before Biology, I study Physics. The day before Chemistry, I study Biology. And the day before Physics, I study Chemistry.
    Hahaha :rofl:
 
 
 

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