I have my mocks in less than four days, i dont now how to revise, help!!!

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i have my mocks in less than three days, i cant find any suitable revision techniques, at this rate i will be failing, please help me, what am i meant to do, i have to cover 1-13 topics in maths and about 20 r more for triple science and then English. PLEASE GIVE ME SOME ADVICE
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I would say do practice papers. Also look through the specification and revise topics you are least confident in. Don't try to revise all the topics because you may have no time.
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(Original post by darkhorse5911)
i have my mocks in less than three days, i cant find any suitable revision techniques, at this rate i will be failing, please help me, what am i meant to do, i have to cover 1-13 topics in maths and about 20 r more for triple science and then English. PLEASE GIVE ME SOME ADVICE
It's too late to do flashcards for everything so past papers and obviously going thru mark schemes, don't overdo yourself tho u got this!
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i have my mocks in less than three days, i cant find any suitable revision techniques, at this rate i will be failing, please help me, what am i meant to do, i have to cover 1-13 topics in maths and about 20 r more for triple science and then English. PLEASE GIVE ME SOME ADVICE
What I did, was just watch the videos on past papers because most of them just come on the test. For maths, the whole 2019 paper was there for me and i had watched the video before which then allowed me to do it.
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i don't understand how past papers help especially since i don't know how to answer most of the questions
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What is your first exam? Do you know the topics that will come up in it? If not, then your priority is to find it out. Then, make a checklist and revise what you don't know, these are the areas that will hold you back. Practice questions and past papers are your go-to. Youtube videos (i.e Mr Bruff for English, freesciencelessons for science) are a massive help also
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i don't understand how past papers help especially since i don't know how to answer most of the questions
Watch free science lessons on a topic at 2 times speed, rewind until you understand. Go on the physicsmathstutor website and attempt at least 2 worksheets. Or you could use Seneca (a website) to go through the topics in a summary. Or watch Primrose kittens videos where summarises a topic in 15 minutes. In doing one of these techniques maybe then it would help you answer the full past papers properly.
Good studies!
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