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    Posted by U15625346 (U15625346) on Thursday, 21st February 2013

    I am really having trouble remembering the chemistry work, and basically i just dont get it. Will anyone help me with this, please smiley - smiley

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    Posted by U15108832 (U15108832) on Sunday, 3rd March 2013

    There's not much you can do. Organise your time and use your revision guide. Set yourself goals for the day and promise yourself a reward at the end of it if you complete it. (for example mine is if i get 3 hours of revision done i can have a kitkat and go to zumba!! )
    Just stupid ideas to motivate youself!
    Ask for help at school as well!
    Hope this helps!!

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    Posted by U15637233 (U15637233) on Tuesday, 5th March 2013

    ask your teacher for some extra revision sheets or books i know that sounds boring but everyone wants to good in there GCSE it relies on our whole life!!!!!

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    Posted by Mrbombastic (U15641209) on Friday, 8th March 2013

    thats such a good tip thanks dude!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Posted by U15646182 (U15646182) on Wednesday, 13th March 2013

    ask your teacher for some extra revision sheets or books i know that sounds boring but everyone wants to good in there GCSE it relies on our whole life!!!!!  This is true I asked my teacher for one and she got me one and I got a good mark in my tests

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    Posted by Jemima B (U14894436) on Saturday, 16th March 2013

    I find the cgp books really helpful but make sure you get the book on the board you're studying ( suach as AQA, iGCSE or OCR) they also have little tests at the end of each section to see if you understand it
    also if you download past papers (of the internet) from the board you are studying but make sure you don't look at the answers until the end. the bits you don't get the marks on you can go over
    sometimes revision cards help- if you a question on the front and the answer on the back and get someone to test you
    mindmaps with the topic in the middle and all the information coming off and if you are a visual learner you can draw pictures to help you
    sometimes I get posters and stick them round my room or on the opposite side of the shower so I can look at them when I go in my room or when im having a shower

    hope this helped smiley - smiley

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