A-Levels Help (Year 1)(Biology and Chemistry) Watch

DavidX123456
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I am debating whether to make notes or scrapping them as I feel all I'm doing is writing the textbook in my notebook.

What do you guys do after learning something new, do you write notes, flash cards. How should I consolidate my learning )
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Hi, I am doing both biology and chemistry at A2. For biology, I do make notes from the textbook, and then write flashcards. At the end of every topic I do exam questions. For chemistry, I go straight to exam questions, just because at AS it came more naturally to me. Physics and maths tutor is a good place to start.
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I make notes from the textbook, my classes and online. Oh and also include some good answers from past papers.
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