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Revision tip of the day #4

flashcardsThis is a great tip, and, like all the best ideas, it’s also simple. Make some flashcards like the ones on the left with questions and answers on them. Concentrate on the topics you find difficult, questions you know you struggle with, key words you find difficult to spell. Write the question followed by the answer and then get a member of your family or a friend (if you have any left after your hermit-like revision existence over the past month) to test you.

Easy peasy.

This one is courtesy of Miss Fretwell so thanks to her!

Also, here’s another little revision present to help you on your way – full notes for the whole of Unit 1. You can print these, cut them up and turn them into flashcards: AQA_AS_GCE_A_Level_Biology_Unit_1_’Biology_and_Disease’_summary_notes



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