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Can someone PLEASE mention some good revision techniques for specifically Biology cos I really cba at the minute. Thanks
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Flashcards, exam questions, mindmaps...

Here are a few revision websites:
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Seneca. Don't bother paying for it just use the free courses it was very useful when I had little motivation. Free science lessons videos were helpful as well for the tougher areas of science and biology in particular. This is all I did and I managed to get 3 9s in my sciences so they must work. Good luck with your revision.
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I find doing exam questions really useful because lots of marks in biology are awarded for mentioning certain things - so practice questions help you to learn how to answer exam questions properly.
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Before any biology test I write a summary of the topic across a few pages the night before. Idk if this will work for you but it just means all the information is fresh in my mind for the test. It also means I have more revision resources when it comes to GCSEs.
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CGP, Seneca, Free Science Lessons, Primrose Kitten
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CGP, Seneca, Free Science Lessons, Primrose Kitten
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I find doing exam questions really useful because lots of marks in biology are awarded for mentioning certain things - so practice questions help you to learn how to answer exam questions properly.
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Before any biology test I write a summary of the topic across a few pages the night before. Idk if this will work for you but it just means all the information is fresh in my mind for the test. It also means I have more revision resources when it comes to GCSEs.
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Flashcards, exam questions, mindmaps...

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Seneca. Don't bother paying for it just use the free courses it was very useful when I had little motivation. Free science lessons videos were helpful as well for the tougher areas of science and biology in particular. This is all I did and I managed to get 3 9s in my sciences so they must work. Good luck with your revision.
I was really annoyed by the fact that some of the seneca courses were not free, but will defo try out the free courses now. thanks
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