Asked by duttaneelanjana | 12th Oct, 2009, 01:51: PM

Expert Answer:

The notes you have prepared during your study will come in handy while revising. Go through those points to see whether you can recollect the whole topic with the help of those points. Then check with the topic to see whether you have missed out any part. This process will help you to understand the parts that you are likely to forget.

Revision is a continuous process. The more you revise the better the topic will get fixed in your mind. Since you have already finished studying all the biology topics, you will get plenty of time for revision.

Diagrams form an important part of biology, so you should be able to draw them well and quickly. Only constant practice can make this possible.

Solving questions from sample papers and previous years papers is an essential part of revision.

Answered by  | 14th Oct, 2009, 05:39: PM

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