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Hi Everyone!
So I'm a Year 11 going into Year 12 and I was wondering if anyone has any revision tips or materials that I could use during this quarantine. My subjects are:
Biology (AQA)
Chemistry (OCR Salters)
Film Studies (Eduqas)
History (AQA)*

*I would be doing this instead of Film Studies if I went somewhere else.
I just wanted to add, If anyone has experience of an EPQ. Can you explain it please?

Thank You!
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idk but good ****ing luck w/ history.
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I only did History out of these and my main advice is do as many essay plans as you can, as well as actually writing essays in exam conditions. It's a lot of content so I found making flashcards really helped make it a little more manageable (I think I had over 400 flashcards...). mindmaps and timelines are really helpful, and I'd also put post-its around my room with key dates and the events on them
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For Chemistry and Biology, strengthen your GCSE knowledge as best as you can and look amazon head start to biology and head start to chemistry as it's free on kindle edition. For all, look at the specification and look at the exam structure. For History, look at some youtube videos of the topics you'll do and hopefully, you'll get a rough idea of the time period and topic or you watch some documentaries on those topics. What topics are you doing for History?
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(Original post by PetitePanda)
For Chemistry and Biology, strengthen your GCSE knowledge as best as you can and look amazon head start to biology and head start to chemistry as it's free on kindle edition. For all, look at the specification and look at the exam structure. For History, look at some youtube videos of the topics you'll do and hopefully, you'll get a rough idea of the time period and topic or you watch some documentaries on those topics. What topics are you doing for History?
Thank You So Much! This is super helpful.
I would be studying:
Tsarist and Communist Russia, 1855–1964
The Wars of the Roses 1450-1499
Irish Nationalism, 1823-1923 (Non-Examined Assessment)
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(Original post by RoisinTewkesbury)
Thank You So Much! This is super helpful.
I would be studying:
Tsarist and Communist Russia, 1855–1964
The Wars of the Roses 1450-1499
Irish Nationalism, 1823-1923 (Non-Examined Assessment)
It's a shame it's none of the subjects I do but do check this because it gives really good resources to check out:
https://filestore.aqa.org.uk/resourc...-70421H-RL.PDF
https://filestore.aqa.org.uk/resourc...-70422B-RL.PDF
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(Original post by PetitePanda)
It's a shame it's none of the subjects I do but do check this because it gives really good resources to check out:
https://filestore.aqa.org.uk/resourc...-70421H-RL.PDF
https://filestore.aqa.org.uk/resourc...-70422B-RL.PDF
I was honestly not expecting that!

Thank You So Much!
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I was honestly not expecting that!

Thank You So Much!
Expecting what?
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Expecting what?
I don't really know. But I'm just being awkward so ignore me!
Thank You anyway
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I don't really know. But I'm just being awkward so ignore me!
Thank You anyway
No problem
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