Any tips on how to revise biology, chemistry, physics and maths at AS level?

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There's lots of formulae and definitions to learn for all of them and I don't know how to learn it all in time :/

Posted Wed 10th April, 2013 @ 18:32 by Joanne

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I can only help on the biology side. 

This is very dependent on what you find the most easiest to understand. If your exam is OCR I can definitely can help.

For AS level you cannot just learn the information like a list, you need to understand as this is essential. Biology is an example of this.

You need to understand how you learn, do you learn visually? Auditory? Kinsthetically? 

It doesn't matter if you don't know because it is better to try them all, I suggest typing your information learnt (so you don't lose it), make notes from these at least three times (posters, flash cards and mindmaps). Do it in an order: the day learnt, the day later, week later and then at monthly intervals. Try every technique known and then practice questions, hopefully you will get them right.

 Other Get Revising members and myself are very happy to help, so message me or wait for other answers,

Anyway good luck!

Answered Wed 10th April, 2013 @ 18:42 by Bethany Cunningham