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Hello,
Does anyone have any good revision techniques that greatly improved their grades, I’m stuck at B’s and C’s and Whenever I revise I feel like nothing sticks in my brain. I’m finding it really hard to revise for bio and chem,I am in year 12 and aiming for A*s
Please could someone suggest some techniques that helped them
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(Original post by Zainammm)
Hello,
Does anyone have any good revision techniques that greatly improved their grades, I’m stuck at B’s and C’s and Whenever I revise I feel like nothing sticks in my brain. I’m finding it really hard to revise for bio and chem,I am in year 12 and aiming for A*s
Please could someone suggest some techniques that helped them
Thank you
1. Whenever you don't understand something, write your question down on a post-it note and stick it in your textbook. Then go to your teacher and get answers for all your questions.
2. For some things, have a look at Quizlet sets (e.g. for equations in chemistry)
3. This might not work for you, but I would read a page of the textbook, cover it up, and then write down what I remembered. Then I would look back and add in another colour pen what I forgot.
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(Original post by booklover1313)
1. Whenever you don't understand something, write your question down on a post-it note and stick it in your textbook. Then go to your teacher and get answers for all your questions.
2. For some things, have a look at Quizlet sets (e.g. for equations in chemistry)
3. This might not work for you, but I would read a page of the textbook, cover it up, and then write down what I remembered. Then I would look back and add in another colour pen what I forgot.
Thank you so much I’ll definitely be trying these techniques 😩
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