Best way to revise science and maths at AS level?

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Biology, chemistry, physics and maths

Posted Wed 6th February, 2013 @ 18:14 by Joanne

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past papers! and lots of them :) i find it works best if you do a paper then decide on your 3 weekest areas, based on those papers, then revise them really well, maybe redo those questions. once you've done that do another past paper and choose 3 more areas. you should find that the amount you need to revise each time decreases, for example the first papers you might need to revise 3 chapters in a textbook and by the end it'll only be 3 paragraphs. this really helps as it avoids you revising the same thing over and over again. Hope this helps and good luck :)

Answered Thu 7th February, 2013 @ 21:29 by sammy
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My sister just makes her notes that are condensed and then puts them into flashcards

Answered Wed 6th February, 2013 @ 18:23 by Will
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Mindmaps are good for biology but i find the best way is to do as many past papers as possible!

Answered Thu 7th February, 2013 @ 19:38 by Sophie
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do alot of past papers for maths....nd 2 remeber the key formulas just make really colourful revision notes :)

Answered Thu 7th February, 2013 @ 20:01 by Sabah
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read the revision notes you wrote down, memorise them & write them up without looking at the notes

Answered Thu 7th February, 2013 @ 20:33 by annum
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Thanks everyone! I'll try these ideas :)

Answered Fri 8th February, 2013 @ 17:21 by Joanne
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I find it easier just to practise it with questions for maths

Answered Fri 8th February, 2013 @ 19:41 by Michael