Bio SNAB Topic 5 (LIR and LDR) revision?

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Hi,

I'm doing Edexcel A level Biology B. I am struggling with revising Topic 5, specifically the Light Independent and Dependent reactions since we did it during lockdown. I've tried looking at my teacher's PowerPoints, the textbook and revision guide but all of them seem to write the stages in a slightly different way.

I was wondering if anybody had some advice on how to revise them/where to find the method you need to memorise for exams as I am currently quite lost.
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Hey,

I'm doing AQA bio but I assume the knowledge for both exam boards isn't too different.

For me, our teacher sent us an a4 sheet with like the electron carriers, labels, electrons, atp etc on that we could cut out and visualise the process with - and that really helped me!
So you could possibly create your own version of this - so some form of moveable interactive model?

Also, try searching for some exam questions (could try physics maths tutor?) and looking at the key points stated in the mark scheme for these so you know what exactly to say to get the marks!
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(Original post by b3th4ny_xxx)
Hey,

I'm doing AQA bio but I assume the knowledge for both exam boards isn't too different.

For me, our teacher sent us an a4 sheet with like the electron carriers, labels, electrons, atp etc on that we could cut out and visualise the process with - and that really helped me!
So you could possibly create your own version of this - so some form of moveable interactive model?

Also, try searching for some exam questions (could try physics maths tutor?) and looking at the key points stated in the mark scheme for these so you know what exactly to say to get the marks!
Thanks for the advice. The moveable model sounds like a neat idea, I hadn't thought of.
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