## ONLINE RESOURCES

Here are a collection of the other sites I use to revise.

- Khan Academy (Some videos on biological topics)

- Khan Academy (Mainly on the more technical aspects of chemistry, fairly comprehensive)

- Chem Guide (I genuinely believe I would have failed chemistry had I not had this resource to hand, covers the whole syllabus for multiple exam boards)

- Khan Academy (Lots of good videos on mechanics, fluids, thermodynamics, circuits etc)

- Antonine Education (Provides a nice overview of all the concepts in AS and A2)

- Khan Academy (The most comprehensive source of any mathematics videos I have every found, highly recommended)

- Wikibooks - MEI Mathematics (Nice and concise overview of the concepts and methods needed in MEI maths)

- MathTV (Similar to Khan Academy, multiple tutors show their methods for solving the same problems, handy if you get a bit lost and need to see multiple viewpoints from different people on a problem)

- Patrick JMT (Similar to Khan academy and MathTV).

__BIOLOGY:__- Khan Academy (Some videos on biological topics)

__CHEMISTRY:__- Khan Academy (Mainly on the more technical aspects of chemistry, fairly comprehensive)

- Chem Guide (I genuinely believe I would have failed chemistry had I not had this resource to hand, covers the whole syllabus for multiple exam boards)

__PHYSICS:__- Khan Academy (Lots of good videos on mechanics, fluids, thermodynamics, circuits etc)

- Antonine Education (Provides a nice overview of all the concepts in AS and A2)

__MATHEMATICS:__- Khan Academy (The most comprehensive source of any mathematics videos I have every found, highly recommended)

- Wikibooks - MEI Mathematics (Nice and concise overview of the concepts and methods needed in MEI maths)

- MathTV (Similar to Khan Academy, multiple tutors show their methods for solving the same problems, handy if you get a bit lost and need to see multiple viewpoints from different people on a problem)

- Patrick JMT (Similar to Khan academy and MathTV).