I've got a science gcse In January, what is the best way to revise!?

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Hi guys, so i have a B1,P1 and C1 GCSE exam in January and don't know how to revise:/ can anyone give me any tips please..very appreciated!! I'm doing the gateway scince exam board if that helps!?

Posted Thu 22nd November, 2012 @ 16:26 by Ebony
Edited by Ebony on Thu 22nd November, 2012 @ 16:28

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Hey I done that exam last year Im currrently in year 11 so I've done the paper before. I got an A* in the exam (just to let you know ;) ) and yeah basically what I did was do loads of past papers and questions from the revision guide and workbook. I kept doing them over and over again and then I had some flashcards where one side is the question the other is the answer so I learnt like that. Just to warn you though this may not work with you as people have different ways of revising. So yeah also this only works for a short time period Ive forgotten some of the stuff :$ 

Hope this helps :D

Answered Thu 22nd November, 2012 @ 18:19 by Fatima :H
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I think the best way to revise is by copying it out into shorter notes that you can digest easier (I know it sounds boring, but it works for me?) Use of pictures and diagrams can also help. For example if I had a page in my book that said "what thing can a child inherit from their parents?" i would draw a picture of an eye because you can inherit your parents eye colour. It just easier to remember and congest and doesnt take much going over. Also try covering answers up with stick notes so you can memorize whats on the page - its kinda like photographic memory I suppose:\ but i promise you I dont have photographic memory!! - I wish I did.

Anyway try it?

Good Luck!

Answered Fri 30th November, 2012 @ 20:58 by A♥