• Question: what are the best websites to revise science from?

    Asked by alisa26x to Ed, Katie, Sam, Steve, Vera on 21 Jun 2011. This question was also asked by tsungai.
    • Photo: Edward Morrison

      Edward Morrison answered on 21 Jun 2011:

      I’m afraid I don’t really know. Your teachers may have a better idea.

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      Sam Tazzyman answered on 21 Jun 2011:

      I don’t know either, sorry.

    • Photo: Katie Marriott

      Katie Marriott answered on 21 Jun 2011:

      I used the BBC bite size website when i was revising. But I am not sure if this fits with all exma boards so you are better off asking your teacher. The notes you make in class should be extremely helpful. I always look at past papers as well to see how the questions are worded.

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      Vera Weisbecker answered on 21 Jun 2011:

      Not sure either! When I want to find out about something I don’t know, I often use Wikipedia. But you ahve to be careful, the content is not always 100% correct.

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      Steven Daly answered on 21 Jun 2011:

      Bite-size is good for things like that. However you have to be careful, as Vera said, about using websites you just happen to find, or are called wikipedia. Because noone controls what is on these websites they may not be correct.

      I would reccomend on of the revision books you can buy, for whichever exam board you will be on. I used these a lot for my revision. There is the advantage I can write on them!