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Past papers from your exam board
The CGP book has everything you need to know
Practice questions from the textbook
I don't know what exam board you are, but I used the CGP revision guides to make revision cards for my science gcses. I never actually had to sit them bc covid, but I learned the content pretty well through doing that. also mindmaps - just keep condensing the info you need into smaller and smaller mindmaps and see how much you can do from memory. Also, there are some good revision videos on youtube if you want stuff explaining to you more - I think i used primrose kitten's videos on youtube and she has tonnes of info and explanations and tips.
im yr 11 too im aiming for nines what works for me is paying a lot of attention in class and making notes on the topic, then when i get home i use my notes from class and my aqa textbook to make question and answer revision cards. i go through these cards regularly by writing the answers down then checking myself. also i regularly do practice tests, when i mark them i can get extra info and also undertandf the areas i need to revise and understand moer.
Currently making flashcards on them for physics.
Physics is slightly more different, you have to apply the knowledge to situations, much harder than what you actually need to do for biology and chemistry (or maybe I just struggle with physics a lot). My exam board is Edexcel, and the actual Pearson textbooks are NOT it, especially the physics one.
I suggest you watch, like others have recommended, freesciencelessons, but Cognito on YT is also quite good. If you have access to MyGCSEScience, you should use that to make notes.
For core practicals, you can watch Malmesbury Education (on YT), they explain them very well.
Past papers you can find on any website to be honest, but I'll list some for you:
Physics And Maths Tutor
MathsMadeEasy (they have revision notes + cards + exam questions on a lot of subjects)
Good luck with your revision!