I have a biology test soon, revision tips please?

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I have a unit 1 assessment in biology and I can never remember things in tests. Any help please?

Posted Tue 5th March, 2013 @ 20:54 by .soph.

4 Answers

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Write questions for yourself to answer (maybe using GR!)

Make posters of processes.

Use mind maps.

Check your specification to ensure you know everything you need to.

Maybe consider getting a revision guide if you don't already have one?

Answered Tue 5th March, 2013 @ 21:26 by Hoosierette
Edited by Hoosierette on Tue 5th March, 2013 @ 21:27
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Do past papers and then if you are unsure of any topics, make your revision from the mark scheme. This then means that what you write in the exam will definitely be right.

Answered Wed 22nd May, 2013 @ 16:10 by Alice Deane
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use a mindmap

or revise directly off the syllabus - as in read the required syllabus statements for the test and write your answers to them

Answered Tue 5th March, 2013 @ 23:20 by cgpwned
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Read through the specification. Make notes using the spec and a revision guide. Keep reading over your notes. Do loads and loads of past papers as many as you can get hold of, this will help you understand the types of questions asked.

Hope this helps! Good Luck with your exam! :)

Answered Mon 3rd June, 2013 @ 12:09 by :) PurpleJaguar (: - Team GR