How can I study all of double science in 2 months and how to study all of gcse math

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How’s can I study all the topics for double science chem bio and physics in 2 months like how many topics per day etc and how can I do the same for maths foundation gcse should I make notes like continue to do that and make flashcards or should I do lots of questions and make flashcards on past paper questions I don’t know what to do since my gcses are cancelled and I want to prove to my teachers I can get 6s etc
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I took the triple science GCSEs and I also shoved in the whole spec like two months before my exams. I watched videos on youtube by "Science with Hazel" and she made a playlist of ALL the science content you need to know for each paper. She went over everything in just under an hour. I also did a lot of past papers which I highly recommend you do because the styles of questions are the same every year! For maths, don't do flashcards/notes because that's honestly a waste of time. The only reason you need to do flashcards would be for equations, but other than that, you need to do lots of practicing! Again, find as many past papers as you can and do every single one of them. And learn from the mistakes you make..then REDO THE PAPER till you get full marks. I honestly can't stress how much past papers for maths are important. By doing all of this, I got a grade 9 in my sciences and a 9 in maths. Hope this helps
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I take all 3 pure sciences. Studied during the very last minute liked a few days before except for Chemistry which I did revision less than a month before my GCSE which is last year and went from a U to a B. I used flashcard and notes from physicsandmathstutor.com for all subjects and watched liked summarization video for each paper on YouTube for Biology. As for Chemistry I searched for each videos for topics I am weak at on YouTube and do like 2-3 past year papers. For Physics, I just memorize the notes from physicsandmathstutor.com and do some past year papers. As for Maths, I just did a lot of past year papers less than a month before exam and also before the actual exams also I used YouTube videos to help me answer the past years question.
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(Original post by 1-800-WAIFU)I take all 3 pure sciences. Studied during the very last minute liked a few days before except for Chemistry which I did revision less than a month before my GCSE which is last year and went from a U to a B. I used flashcard and notes from physicsandmathstutor.com for all subjects and watched liked summarization video for each paper on YouTube for Biology. As for Chemistry I searched for each videos for topics I am weak at on YouTube and do like 2-3 past year papers. For Physics, I just memorize the notes from physicsandmathstutor.com and do some past year papers. As for Maths, I just did a lot of past year papers less than a month before exam and also before the actual exams also I used YouTube videos to help me answer the past years question.


thank you so much how did you memorise that much content like each topic of notes hasn’t lot of info so how did you memorise all of that or did you memorise the definitions only thank you do much
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I took the triple science GCSEs and I also shoved in the whole spec like two months before my exams. I watched videos on youtube by "Science with Hazel" and she made a playlist of ALL the science content you need to know for each paper. She went over everything in just under an hour. I also did a lot of past papers which I highly recommend you do because the styles of questions are the same every year! For maths, don't do flashcards/notes because that's honestly a waste of time. The only reason you need to do flashcards would be for equations, but other than that, you need to do lots of practicing! Again, find as many past papers as you can and do every single one of them. And learn from the mistakes you make..then REDO THE PAPER till you get full marks. I honestly can't stress how much past papers for maths are important. By doing all of this, I got a grade 9 in my sciences and a 9 in maths. Hope this helps

Thank you so much I’ll do that should I make flashcards since I haven’t made them for chem or physics and paper 2 bio or should I just to practice papers on thhe topics and make flaschards only on past paper question should I go at wrong or markscheme answers thank you tho
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Thank you so much I’ll do that should I make flashcards since I haven’t made them for chem or physics and paper 2 bio or should I just to practice papers on thhe topics and make flaschards only on past paper question should I go at wrong or markscheme answers thank you tho
I would 100% prioritize practice papers over anything and then create flashcards on topics/questions where you went wrong. It'll save you a lot more time too. Also, no problem!
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(Original post by 1-800-WAIFU)I take all 3 pure sciences. Studied during the very last minute liked a few days before except for Chemistry which I did revision less than a month before my GCSE which is last year and went from a U to a B. I used flashcard and notes from physicsandmathstutor.com for all subjects and watched liked summarization video for each paper on YouTube for Biology. As for Chemistry I searched for each videos for topics I am weak at on YouTube and do like 2-3 past year papers. For Physics, I just memorize the notes from physicsandmathstutor.com and do some past year papers. As for Maths, I just did a lot of past year papers less than a month before exam and also before the actual exams also I used YouTube videos to help me answer the past years question.


thank you so much how did you memorise that much content like each topic of notes hasn’t lot of info so how did you memorise all of that or did you memorise the definitions only thank you do much
I memorize whatever I think might come out but I always ended up just reading & 'scanning' so i would at least remember some of the points. It kind of worked but I would forget some of them. But I would advise you to memorize the early chapter while the last chapter just read it or use flashcard if you find that easier.
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I would 100% prioritize practice papers over anything and then create flashcards on topics/questions where you went wrong. It'll save you a lot more time too. Also, no problem!
Thank you so much I appreciate it
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I memorize whatever I think might come out but I always ended up just reading & 'scanning' so i would at least remember some of the points. It kind of worked but I would forget some of them. But I would advise you to memorize the early chapter while the last chapter just read it or use flashcard if you find that easier.
I what’s the last and early chapter
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do a mixture of both :yes: though i'd do more exam practice so you can see what your strengths and weaknesses are
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How’s can I study all the topics for double science chem bio and physics in 2 months like how many topics per day etc and how can I do the same for maths foundation gcse should I make notes like continue to do that and make flashcards or should I do lots of questions and make flashcards on past paper questions I don’t know what to do since my gcses are cancelled and I want to prove to my teachers I can get 6s etc
Hi, It is possible to do this however you need a lot of motivation and dedication

So use/ print out the Specification then make your notes and revise, this plan is going to work if you use it correctly

If calculated correctly, if you make notes on 3 topics for bio,chem,physics so for biology you could do cells, microscopy and specialised cells in one day , same for chem, physics. After doing this you should approximately get 10 days left, in these 10 days make a topic list for the whole of foundation maths and do a lot of topics in 1 day using corbettmaths, Do 1 hour bio,chem,physics revision during the days

If you do this correctly, in the next 30 days, you should use the first 15 days revising all the topics during this time spend at least 5 hours doing this a day and 1 hour maths , 2 topics a day. The next 10 days are exam practise, all these days do science exam questions using physics and maths tutor again 1 hour maths.

The next 5-4 days are probably the most important spend these days doing hard-core revision in all the topic you are weak in but also go over the ones you are good in, the same for maths

Use freesciencelesson as a review for the topics It will really help you


Do all of this and it should at least get you pass in maths, and at least grade 8 in science

Some say this might be too much but it will defintly get you a high grade in bio, chem ,physics
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I what’s the last and early chapter
early chapter in my syllabus is the cells, diffusion and all that basic stuff and the last chapter is the genetics
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