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when should I really start revising for chemistry a level because I've slightly gone over it but finding it difficult to understand.
Also if anyone has any tips for revising chemistry a level or biology could you give me some. thanks
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I did a little bit of revision from quite early on in year 12 on some days of the week. As sixth form went on, this gradually increased. This really helped me keep on top of the large amount of content.

In terms of tips, a lot of exam question practice is needed, especially for biology, as the mark schemes can be so specific. I used the website physics and maths tutor - it has biology and chemistry stuff on there too. I also found it helpful to create mindmaps for each topic and then later on I would try to write down as much as I could for a particular topic and then check it against my mindmap to make sure I had learnt everything. Also, youtube videos such as crashcourse really helped me understand things.
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(Original post by Emily5243)
I did a little bit of revision from quite early on in year 12 on some days of the week. As sixth form went on, this gradually increased. This really helped me keep on top of the large amount of content.

In terms of tips, a lot of exam question practice is needed, especially for biology, as the mark schemes can be so specific. I used the website physics and maths tutor - it has biology and chemistry stuff on there too. I also found it helpful to create mindmaps for each topic and then later on I would try to write down as much as I could for a particular topic and then check it against my mindmap to make sure I had learnt everything. Also, youtube videos such as crashcourse really helped me understand things.
this was useful I'll make sure to look at practise questions thanks
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