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im really struggling with science, so does anyone have any revision tips that could help?
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Revise even when there is no test or quiz
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im really struggling with science, so does anyone have any revision tips that could help?
Hiya,

Sorry to hear that you are struggling, studying will get easier once you get the grips of things!

The first thing I would advise to do is to print off the specification (or use the PDF version) and go through it; try to understand what the actual content is for biology, chemistry and physics. It may seem overwhelming at first but once you know it, studying should be more manageable. You can find the specification by typing this onto google and including your exam board (e.g: AQA)

Secondly, when you begin to make revision resources try to condense your knowledge. There is no point in writing everything out from a text book, it will be useless and when you begin to go through your notes you will get bored very quickly. Also use highlighters when you make these notes! When I did my GCSEs I used both flashcards and mindmaps; the mind maps were mainly for the practical's as I found it easier to condense my work down. However, this can be different for everyone!

In terms of revision resources, the main ones that are quite good include:
- Bitesize
-Seneca
-Primrose kitten which you can find on YouTube
-Free science lessons "
-CGP books
-Past papers from the exam board
-And TSR - as long as its not considered procrastination!

I hope this helps, you're welcome to PM me if you need any support or guidance with your GCSEs. Good luck
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