Best way to revise - Without past papers Watch

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Being on a new A-Level course that hasn't been running for many years, it can be hard to come across any decent past papers, as well, there aren't any. The few that are the teachers often like to keep to give to us for tests, or we have possibly come across them before.

Are there any other good ways to revise (particularly EDUQAS/WJEC A-Level Electronics). It's not a hugely popular subject, and there aren't too many facts to learn, which means flashcards aren't that useful.

The subject mostly consists of remembering how things work and how you can apply the formulas (which are given to you in the exam), as well as knowing which formula to use.

If anyone has some useful revision tips for me, that would be great!

btw, I'm only doing year 1 mocks, but it would still be useful to know what to do for the real deal next year
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Perhaps try looking through the syllabus and turning the criteria into fake past paper questions?
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