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    Posted by miya (U15497294) on Saturday, 17th November 2012

    How are the best ways on revising that can lead me to getting A's and A* in my GCSE's?

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    Posted by U15309946 (U15309946) on Saturday, 17th November 2012

    Well you need to get your head down and start to revise, so you are asking for better ways to revise right?
    The way I revise is too write key notes on postic cards and place it on a wall I go past alot, so not only by writing it down the key fact store in your heads but by doing this you will always remember too....
    smiley - smiley :D

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    Posted by The Bitesize Science Teacher (U14392404) on Saturday, 17th November 2012

    You will need to be able to get plenty of marks on standard demand (D-C) questions, but also on the high demand (B-A*) questions. These require you to use your knowledge and understanding to explain things, make suggestions, and to spot links and trends in data given in the question. The best way to prepare for this is to use Higher Tier past papers and mark schemes for practice, available for free download from the exam board's web site.

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