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    Next year I will be doing A-Levels and in GCSE I used BBC Bitesize for revision. I don't think there is Bitesize for A-Level so want to know what websites you lot have used while revising. Thanks.
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    There has to be more than one?
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    (Original post by M_I)
    There has to be more than one?
    There are loads, depends on your subject choices
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    (Original post by gdunne42)
    There are loads, depends on your subject choices
    I'm doing Biology, Chemistry, Physics (all three are OCR A), Maths and Further Maths (last two are Edexcel).
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    (Original post by M_I)
    I'm doing Biology, Chemistry, Physics (all three are OCR A), Maths and Further Maths (last two are Edexcel).
    Same subjects as me.

    Erm, for chemistry, best choice and chem guide is good.

    For biology, I tend to just stick to my textbooks which are awesome.

    For physics, I'm doing OCR B and for that I use Sam Davyson's website, which is really helpful.

    For maths, you don't really need websites. You just need a decent textbook and lots of practise papers. Well, that's how I go about revising for them and its working so far...

    I find that textbooks are usually far more helpful than websites...
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    (Original post by M_I)
    I'm doing Biology, Chemistry, Physics (all three are OCR A), Maths and Further Maths (last two are Edexcel).
    Agree with Narik that your text book + past papers should be all that you need for maths. If you do need more help then free stuff at
    http://www.waldomaths.com/index1619.jsp
    http://www.kentfurthermaths.org/?page_id=5
    http://www.s-cool.co.uk/alevel/maths.html

    you could pay for access to:
    http://www.livemaths.co.uk/
    or
    http://www.mathsnetalevel.com/

    For Further Maths your school should be able to get you access to
    http://www.furthermaths.org.uk/resources.php
    http://www.furthermaths.org.uk/index.php
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    (Original post by Narik)
    Same subjects as me.

    Erm, for chemistry, best choice and chem guide is good.

    For biology, I tend to just stick to my textbooks which are awesome.

    For physics, I'm doing OCR B and for that I use Sam Davyson's website, which is really helpful.

    For maths, you don't really need websites. You just need a decent textbook and lots of practise papers. Well, that's how I go about revising for them and its working so far...

    I find that textbooks are usually far more helpful than websites...
    How are you finding the subjects?
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    How are you finding the subjects?
    Well I personally finds Maths and Further Maths quite easy. For biology, there's a LOT to learn, so I think you should start early with that. Chemistry is "okayish" - I think it's manageable. The physics course is kind of irritating because the book isn't very good and the course structure is a bit vague, but there's a lot of math involved in the exam [yay!], so it kind of balances out [if you get what I mean].

    Overall, I think by the end of June, I'll get 2 As for sure, in Maths and Further Maths and hopefully 3 more in Chemistry, Biology and Physics, but it's way too early to say anything, since we've just started!

    Good luck with your subjects too.
 
 
 
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