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Hey guys, I was trying out a new technique to revise physics p1, as my gcses are next year, more especially because of the lockdown. I've used the cgp edexcel physics revision guide to help me squeeze the whole of p1 into 1 booklet. I've limited most topics to 1 page, some to 2 pages (especially practicals), condensing it so the information doesn't get out of hand. I have also photocopied some images so I could visualise and understand the topics better. There are also some example questions, but not all of them are in every page as I couldn't fit it, so instead I opted to make a separate booklet for questions. I will send some attachments for different topics and I want you guys to tell me about the pros and cons, any tips, if I am missing out something, doing something wrong or if you have better ideas, let me know. Also, if you are interested to see more just let me know what topic and I will post it. I would really appreciate for you guys to read through this and give a response.
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you in year 10 how on earth do you revise for science

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