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What are the best ways to revise A-level biology?
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I revised by going through my textbook and started by reading each double page spread. Then I took notes down of the key points on the double page spread and explained key concepts, eg photosynthesis and the aerobic respiration cycle etc, you could draw diagrams to help.

Next I would practice the summary questions, if there were any set in the textbook. Do some practice questions, practice makes perfect. To summarise the double page spread I made flashcards of the all the important facts. Very minimal notes on my flashcards so I had to try and remember. I also included things that I always forgot.

Lastly, after every topic, practice papers and mind maps! As i got closer to the exam, I practiced complete past papers and marked them using the mark scheme, underlining key terminology and correcting calculations until I understood every mistake and error.
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