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Can someone recommend me good websites for revising maths, english, science and history.
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Can someone recommend me good websites for revising maths, english, science and history.
I would recommend using Seneca
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maths: corbettmaths, mathsgenie
english literature: physicsandmathstutor (has so much stuff for eng lit surpsingly), using youtube, sparknotes, cliffnotes
science: physicsandmathstutor, chemrevise
history: bbc bitesize - however, imo they have a bit too much info so i would just use a textbook
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I would recommend using Seneca
Yeah seneca is a really good website
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(Original post by neney)
maths: corbettmaths, mathsgenie
english literature: physicsandmathstutor (has so much stuff for eng lit surpsingly), using youtube, sparknotes, cliffnotes
science: physicsandmathstutor, chemrevise
history: bbc bitesize - however, imo they have a bit too much info so i would just use a textbook
Thank youu!
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Do you use revision books? personally, I struggle to concentrate and found info printed on paper to be a lot easier and manageable. -That's just me though
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Do you use revision books? personally, I struggle to concentrate and found info printed on paper to be a lot easier and manageable. -That's just me though
Yeah, I do a mixture of revision books and revising online
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Do you use revision books? personally, I struggle to concentrate and found info printed on paper to be a lot easier and manageable. -That's just me though
I’m the same way mostly. Apart from maths because I have dyscalculia so unless I use colour I struggle to make sense of it.
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