How do use past papers to revise when you know nothing?

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LayomiO
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My first exam is in a week and i know almost nothing about physical chemistry. So I want to use past papers but how can I do that when I know absolutely nothing.
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What I like to do is do the paper from what you know, then swap pen colours and go back and add to it with your notes/textbook
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(Original post by LayomiO)
My first exam is in a week and i know almost nothing about physical chemistry. So I want to use past papers but how can I do that when I know absolutely nothing.
learn by how mark schemes phrase answers bc i found chem and all sciences have really specific markschemes and if you know certain terminologies or how they systematically work through, say calculation questions - you can learn key equations that come up time and time again. hope this helps and good luck!!
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