I really need help! How do I make good and effective chemistry notes for C2 Additional Edexcel?

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I am tried so many things, from posters, to flash cards and now just bullet pointing stuff. I get tired of trying to make my notes get smaller and smaller. That my time gets wasted on one subject when I have loads to do. How shall I balance my time revising for Maths and Chmistry? A really need A's in both of them.

Posted Wed 23rd January, 2013 @ 21:41 by halimah

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In order fro revision what i find helpful is stuff tht actually gets me involved so i usually do lots of past papers before hand and from that i make notes on what i need to focus on and also making anochrymes (i dont know how to spell hehe) makes it easy aswell. e.g.

A - aesthetical

R - revision

T - time

something like that, drawing pictures will help and i also find youtube clips of lessons quite useful. revision apps can be used and if the normal paper to pen/notes wont work u can record stuff and listen to it or get extra tutoring

good luck!

Answered Sat 2nd March, 2013 @ 00:59 by miri
Edited by miri on Sat 2nd March, 2013 @ 01:01
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the main point of revision  to test yourself.  try going  on bbc bitesize and doing the tests  on there.

Answered Mon 4th March, 2013 @ 07:37 by Former Member
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-make mindmaps --> if you see how things link to each other and understand the content, you won't have to rely too mcuh on memorising

-people have different revision needs:

->i like colourful, asthetic revision notes with explanations (in case i forget) and mark scheme definitions, hence my notes are suited for that (check my page it might help)

->i heard some ppl write songs or read/memorise things out loud

->when it comes to time though, i guess do pastpapers and read textbook.

Answered Tue 5th March, 2013 @ 23:27 by cgpwned