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corectomondo
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On 8th january i hav a biology modula exam - which i am dreding and gettin rly worried bout, i need at B at least. does ne1 no of sum rly rly gud revision books? every1 in my class is findin it harder then they xpected. if im not weighd dwn wiv psy coursewrk the plan is 2 start revision nxt wk, i'l b revisin eveyday throughout the hols (xcept xmas day). plz can sum1 point in the rite direction of revision books.

p.s. wot do u think of newcastle uni? has ne1 applied?
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(Original post by corectomondo)
On 8th january i hav a biology modula exam - which i am dreding and gettin rly worried bout, i need at B at least. does ne1 no of sum rly rly gud revision books? every1 in my class is findin it harder then they xpected. if im not weighd dwn wiv psy coursewrk the plan is 2 start revision nxt wk, i'l b revisin eveyday throughout the hols (xcept xmas day). plz can sum1 point in the rite direction of revision books.

p.s. wot do u think of newcastle uni? has ne1 applied?
If ure doin OCR – just get the revise OCR biology book – learn that and u cant fail 2 get at least 90 percent. And 2 learn a module from it usually takes me about a week – so don’t start 2 early or youll 4get it all…wuld be my advice!!
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i wldnt revise a week before... u shld start from now. and yeh the OCR bio revision book is quite good but its limited in areas. id go for the ocr bio txtbook 2, and learn from both. and get some past papers n practice alot
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Hi!
Yep I agree, if you're doing OCR then their own subject-specific revision books are excellent. Otherwise, you cannot fail with a Lett's book- no, really!
Best of luck
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