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should i memorise other people's quizlet notes for science because they have all done already and i feel like there is no point in me making them myself
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is it too risky as there might be some mistakes in it ?

, learning other people's notes would make my life much easier as i can just focus on subjects im not strong at as science is the most topic heavy subject that im doing

what do you think ?
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should i memorise other people's quizlet notes for science because they have all done already and i feel like there is no point in me making them myself
or

is it too risky as there might be some mistakes in it ?

, learning other people's notes would make my life much easier as i can just focus on subjects im not strong at as science is the most topic heavy subject that im doing

what do you think ?
Make your own notes, that’s how you learn and memorise. Use coloured pens and index cards. Use the cpg revision book. Follow the chapters and tick them off. Once you get into it it’s not that bad It’s THE BOOK to use.
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Make your own notes, that’s how you learn and memorise. Use coloured pens and index cards. Use the cpg revision book. Follow the chapters and tick them off. Once you get into it it’s not that bad It’s THE BOOK to use.
im in year 11 and dont have much time till year 11 mocks and i usually make notes on computer rather than paper because my wrist hurts . (lol)
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im in year 11 and dont have much time till year 11 mocks and i usually make notes on computer rather than paper because my wrist hurts . (lol)
My friend sat the gcse biology and used this - ‘CPG BIOLOGY ORGANISER’ . £5.50 on Amazon.uk. This is a brilliant book ....it is like a book of notes !
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remember you are revising for your gcse not your mock in the long run
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My friend sat the gcse biology and used this - ‘CPG BIOLOGY ORGANISER’ . £5.50 on Amazon.uk. This is a brilliant book ....it is like a book of notes !
i should've bought that instead of my textbook ....
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i should've bought that instead of my textbook ....
Good advice the last post re .... just think of the end goal your GCSE exam in June. But look you are clearly focused now. Buy the cjp books. They are brilliant ! Trust me
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