Help, I have b1 c1 and p1 in June! I am doing triple science with AQA and need some revision notes/tips etc, anyone able to help??x

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I have revision guides for my exams but I need a way to make my revise interesting. Also I desperately need notes for physics and biology as I find these hard. If anyone had any notes that would be AMAZING!! :) I'm doing AQA and, according to our teachers there arent many past papers! Would be grateful for any help, Thanks!x

Posted Wed 9th May, 2012 @ 20:34 by Jo

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The AQA Science has just been changed by the government so it is not mulitiple choice anymore. This is the first year they have done this so students now in Year 11 are the last people doing the old syllabus.

Your best chance is not to read the AQA revision guide if you have got it. It doesn't help as I revised from it and didn't do so well. Read your text book and revise from that. Start writing notes now but dont copy out the book as there is to much information. Constrict them so you have the information you need. You can find out what you need to know by looking at the Specification that you can ask your teacher for.

The best way of making revising interesting is by recording yourself saying your notes and then put it onto your ipod if you have one and then go for a one with it as you are running; or to make it active get a friend or a member of your family to make you a crossword or wordsearch as if you do it yourself you will definitely cheat if you make it yourself.

Just try not to Panic and you'll be fine.

GOOD LUCK!!!!!

Answered Thu 10th May, 2012 @ 09:39 by team_jibberish96
Edited by team_jibberish96 on Thu 10th May, 2012 @ 09:40
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BBC Bitesize is really useful for science revision

Answered Tue 22nd May, 2012 @ 14:30 by Maddie
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yes, I have a link here:

http://www.sciencelab.org.uk/support/question-papers-mark-schemes.php

these have past papers and stuff, good luck and I hope you find it useful!

Answered Wed 16th May, 2012 @ 21:20 by EstherTheBunny
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Just learn the revision guide but change it so it suits you. If you learn best doing things, get up and walk round your room with it. If you are an audio learner read it out, record it then listen to it :) good luck

Answered Mon 21st May, 2012 @ 14:56 by LaurenE
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im so glad im the last year to do the outgoing course 

Answered Mon 21st May, 2012 @ 16:46 by Connah Greenhalgh - Team GR
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I'm doing the same exams, I'm resitting.

I haven't put up any notes yet but I'll try to.

team gibberish is right, don't just revise out of the revision guides. I'm targeted an A* and I got As in January when I just revised from the revision guides.

however, there are loads of practice questions on the textbook, so using those will really help.

Answered Fri 25th May, 2012 @ 21:46 by EstherTheBunny