revision guides for AS Watch

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shyopstv
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Umm, e.g.? The Biology 2 textbook is way worserer
LOL nothing can be as bad as Chemistry 1...

Getting back on topic, I have Revise AS Chemistry for OCR by Heinemann and it is great. I know they do similar guides for different exam boards and different subjects (Sciences anyway)
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I'm an active learner and I think the best way for me to revise was to do past papers. Once you've got yourself some good revision guides and you've worked through them I strongly suggest you do some (if not all) the past papers. I found that doing past papers was the most beneficial thing I did during all of my revision.
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My teacher produced the crappest notes I have ever seen for us, hence I do not use them!
aaaww, poor you, i don't know what i would have done without my teacher's notes, apparently some past students found them so helpful they put it up on the web and now the notes are doing rounds in some colleges over britain!! my teacher's were well chuffed!!!
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