GCSE Biology Revision Tips
- Revise key terms from glossary at the back of your revision guide.
- Revise how to read/interpret different types of graphs.
- Revise how to accurate plot different types of graphs.
- Revise key concepts (E.g. the blood is a transport network for all substances) – use your revision guide to help with this.
- Revise exam style questions including key words in your answer.
- Use the ‘revise’ section to help you answer questions in the ‘practise’ and ‘review’ sections.
- Revise the methods of the different required practical’s (these can be found in your revision guide).
- Revise the equipment and techniques used in the different required practical’s (these can be found in your revision guide).
- Pick a topic and try and remember key words/terms from that topic and produce a resource such as a spider diagram with that [E.g. Blood – made up of four components; red blood cells (carry oxygen), white blood cells (fight infection), plasma (transports substances) and platelets (clot the blood)].
- Revise simple links (E.g. mitochondria = respiration/energy) – use your revision guide to help you with that.
- Revise labeling diagrams (E.g. organs of the body and organelles of cells).
Revision Resources and Topic Tick Lists
GCSE Biology Recommended Websites
GCSE POD – watch specific videos to help you understand and retain key terminology.