September is coming, and with it, a new term. So whether you are doing A levels, GCSEs or being home educated, here are some resources to help you along. All free! All A level and GCSE sciences Physics and Maths Tutor - A website that has grown beyond its name, Physics and Maths tutor has huge amounts of exam questions grouped by topic along with their mark schemes. They also have printable notes. These cover all kinds of topics, including chemistry, biology and psychology in
You have started your revision in earnest. Maybe you have spent some time making a lovely colour coded revision plan. Sometimes, you wake up and decide what to revise there and then. You realise that you have two (or maybe even three!) year's worth of material to get through. You can't do that with 8 weeks left and a load of other exams to revise for. You need a revision guide. Something that sums up everything you need to know into succinct statements. Well, if you study AQA
Sometimes, I'm amazed by some of the questions I get from GCSE and A level students. Sometimes these questions demonstrate a really high level of thinking about the subject and a deep understanding. And then some of them are really fundamental that should have been told to them years ago. for example, I was once balancing an equation to a group of year 11s when one of them put up their hand and asked "So what's the difference between the big numbers and the little numbers?" "
Free Science Lessons is a great website for straightforward no nonsense explanations of science concepts at GCSE level. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqbOeHaAUXw9Il7sBVG3_bw #revision #Science #gcse
Whilst you are trying to push through all that GCSE content for your science exams, there is something that you need to remember to do first, and that is learn how to use your calculator. You Standard form: this is the most important button that you need for science. Standard form is used for writing large or small numbers without having to write lots of 0s. You can read more about it on this link as this article is about how to get it on your calculator. To write standard fo