Learning Biology and Chemistry A-Level from scratch

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lil.learner
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I'm currently in year 11 and I've got a lot of time on my hands - so I thought I would start the A-Level course to get a head start problem is I don't how to start effectively. Any advice from any yr 12s /13s? Any good resources? How soon can I start? BTW I'm doing AQA for both.
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(Original post by lil.learner)
I'm currently in year 11 and I've got a lot of time on my hands - so I thought I would start the A-Level course to get a head start problem is I don't how to start effectively. Any advice from any yr 12s /13s? Any good resources? How soon can I start? BTW I'm doing AQA for both.
For chemistry I found chemrevise and chemguide very helpful when learning content. Make sure when on chemguide you have a copy of the spec also with you because it's not spec specific. I used Seneca as well for both subjects. although a lot of people have mixed opinions on it I think it's good for casual content learning. Exam questions are very important when self teaching. physics and maths tutor is a good resource for exam questions. It also has some biology and chemistry notes.
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