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Is my revision plan for A level OCR Bio and AQA Chem good?

So my plan is I use the actual exam board textbooks and read them to understand the topic but not memorise so I'll only read them once when I start revising a topic. Then I'll use the CGP textbook to memorise key info as I like the CGP layout and add any relevant info that's missing from chemrevise and for topics I'm really struggling with I'll use youtube vids. I don't like making notes hence why the cgp book is perfect as ill memorise it then blurt all the info. After revising all the topic I'll answer exam questions and do past papers from the textbooks and online. How does this sound will it be enough for me to get an A/A*
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Original post by Rohan007best
So my plan is I use the actual exam board textbooks and read them to understand the topic but not memorise so I'll only read them once when I start revising a topic. Then I'll use the CGP textbook to memorise key info as I like the CGP layout and add any relevant info that's missing from chemrevise and for topics I'm really struggling with I'll use youtube vids. I don't like making notes hence why the cgp book is perfect as ill memorise it then blurt all the info. After revising all the topic I'll answer exam questions and do past papers from the textbooks and online. How does this sound will it be enough for me to get an A/A*

how much of the bio content do you know already in detail?
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Original post by helloiambored
how much of the bio content do you know already in detail?

hi I don't sit my a levels until 2025 so far I've just literally finished revising completely cell structure, bio molecules, nucleotides and am starting enzymes I also know a bit of the maths stuff and transport in plants

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