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apparently if i'm good at maths i should be good at science according to my science teachers?? i'm pretty good at maths, i get 7s if i don't revise at all but with science, even if i do revise i only get 4s and 5s?
pls reply with how you all revised for science because damn i really need some help
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Not necessarily, as not all of science is mathematical.
I drew mind maps, made tables, wrote glossaries, did a heck of a load of Bitesize revision, watched Crashcourse Science (might be a bit advanced in places), and used revision books. Correction, relied on them with my life. They are condensed, and cut out the waffle, which as a panicking GCSE student I thought optimal. I did all of the questions in the revision books, and marked all of my answers. I also reread all my textbooks from start to finish, and attempted the end of topic questions. Past papers are your best friend - If you do enough, you will start finding recurring questions with a similar style of answer.
GCSE, in all honesty, at its basic level, is just knowing mark schemes and being able to quote them at relevant times.
Hope this helps , and good luck !
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(Original post by BlueFlash3927)
Not necessarily, as not all of science is mathematical.
I drew mind maps, made tables, wrote glossaries, did a heck of a load of Bitesize revision, watched Crashcourse Science (might be a bit advanced in places), and used revision books. Correction, relied on them with my life. They are condensed, and cut out the waffle, which as a panicking GCSE student I thought optimal. I did all of the questions in the revision books, and marked all of my answers. I also reread all my textbooks from start to finish, and attempted the end of topic questions. Past papers are your best friend - If you do enough, you will start finding recurring questions with a similar style of answer.
GCSE, in all honesty, at its basic level, is just knowing mark schemes and being able to quote them at relevant times.
Hope this helps , and good luck !
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science isn't really complex maths, I'm not amazing at maths but am doing alevels in 2 sciences 🤷 I'd recommend learning the key theories and key words. do alot of practice questions to see what are the key parts they want.

all pretty much what blue flash said
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