3 Months Schedule For The Preparation of IGCSE Biology 0610 To Get The Perfect Grade (A*)

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Students continually request us to post schedules for preparation of different subjects of O Level, A Level and IGCSE. Thus, we are posting 3 months preparation schedules for all subjects of O Level/ A Level and IGCSE. Remember, the schedule will not be EASY in any way. If you are looking for a happy-go-lucky schedule, this is not the right one for you. However, if you are looking for a schedule that will give you the perfect grade, then you are at the right place. The schedule for each subject is accompanied by two other post types: How to prepare the subject and how to attempt the exam. Do check them out as well.

Schedule

  • We will use the book by Mary Jones for the reading part of the course. You can use your course book as well,but the official course book only.
  • Use Sir Hunain Zia’s free notes from Educate A Change free education section (link given above in about us section) for the revision part of the course.
  • We need topical past papers of either paper 1 or paper 2 based on whether you are appearing for core or extended versions for the MCQs. They are available on the website.
  • We need topical past papers of either paper 3 or paper 4 based on the core of extended version you are appearing for. They, too, are available on the website
  • We need yearly past papers of Paper 6, the alternate to practical paper, for the final part of the preparation of the course. They, too, are available on the website.
  • The schedule is made as per the extended content.

Week 1

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4
Read: Characterisitcs and Classification of Living Organisms From Book Read: Organization of the organism From Book Read: Movement In and Out of Cells From Book Read: Biological Molecules From Book
Revise: Revise: Characterisitcs and Classification of Living Organisms From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes Revise: Organization of the organism From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes Revise: Movement In and Out of Cells From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes
Past Paper: Past Paper: Do topical past paper questions for paper 2 (MCQs) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to find the exact reason why a MCQ was incorectly done by you from the book and the notes.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper:Do topical past paper questions for paper 2 (MCQs) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to find the exact reason why a MCQ was incorectly done by you from the book and the notes.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper:Do topical past paper questions for paper 2 (MCQs) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to find the exact reason why a MCQ was incorectly done by you from the book and the notes.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Day 5 Day 6 Day 7
Read: Rest Read: Enzymes From Book Read: Plant Nutrition From Book
Revise: Rest Revise: Biological Molecules From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes Revise: Enzymes From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes
Past Paper: Rest Past Paper:Do topical past paper questions for paper 2 (MCQs) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to find the exact reason why a MCQ was incorectly done by you from the book and the notes.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper:Do topical past paper questions for paper 2 (MCQs) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to find the exact reason why a MCQ was incorectly done by you from the book and the notes.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Week 2

Day 8
Day 9
Day 10
Day 11
Read: Human Nutrition From Book Read: Transport in Plants From Book Read: Transport in Animals From Book Read: Diseases and Immunity From Book
Revise: Plant Nutrition From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes Revise: Human Nutrition From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes Revise: Transport in Plants From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes Revise: Transport in Animals From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes
Past Paper:Do topical past paper questions for paper 2 (MCQs) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to find the exact reason why a MCQ was incorectly done by you from the book and the notes.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper:Do topical past paper questions for paper 2 (MCQs) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to find the exact reason why a MCQ was incorectly done by you from the book and the notes.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper:Do topical past paper questions for paper 2 (MCQs) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to find the exact reason why a MCQ was incorectly done by you from the book and the notes.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper:Do topical past paper questions for paper 2 (MCQs) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to find the exact reason why a MCQ was incorectly done by you from the book and the notes.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Day 12
Day 13
Day 14
Read: Rest Read: Gas Exchange in Humans From Book Read: Respiration From Book
Revise: Rest Revise: Diseases and Immunity From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes Revise: Gas Exchange in Humans From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes
Past Paper: Rest Past Paper:Do topical past paper questions for paper 2 (MCQs) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to find the exact reason why a MCQ was incorectly done by you from the book and the notes.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper:Do topical past paper questions for paper 2 (MCQs) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to find the exact reason why a MCQ was incorectly done by you from the book and the notes.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Week 3

Day 15
Day 16
Day 17
Day 18
Read: Excretion in Humans From Book Read: Coordination and Response From Book Read: Drugs From Book Read: Reproduction From Book
Revise: Respiration From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes Revise: Excretion in Humans From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes Revise: Coordination and Response From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes Revise: Drugs From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes
Past Paper:Do topical past paper questions for paper 2 (MCQs) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to find the exact reason why a MCQ was incorectly done by you from the book and the notes.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper:Do topical past paper questions for paper 2 (MCQs) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to find the exact reason why a MCQ was incorectly done by you from the book and the notes.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper:Do topical past paper questions for paper 2 (MCQs) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to find the exact reason why a MCQ was incorectly done by you from the book and the notes.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper:Do topical past paper questions for paper 2 (MCQs) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to find the exact reason why a MCQ was incorectly done by you from the book and the notes.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Day 19
Day 20
Day 21
Read: Rest Read: Inheritance From Book Read: Variation and Selection From Book
Revise: Rest Revise: Reproduction From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes Revise: Inheritance From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes
Past Paper: Rest Past Paper:Do topical past paper questions for paper 2 (MCQs) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to find the exact reason why a MCQ was incorectly done by you from the book and the notes.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper:Do topical past paper questions for paper 2 (MCQs) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to find the exact reason why a MCQ was incorectly done by you from the book and the notes.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Week 4 (One Month Completed)

Day 22
Day 23
Day 24
Day 25
Read: Organisms and Their Environment From Book Read: Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering From Book Read: Human Influences on Ecosystems From Book Read:
Revise: Variation and Selection From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes Revise: Organisms and Their Environment From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes Revise: Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes Revise: Human Influences on Ecosystems From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes
Past Paper:Do topical past paper questions for paper 2 (MCQs) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to find the exact reason why a MCQ was incorectly done by you from the book and the notes.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper:Do topical past paper questions for paper 2 (MCQs) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to find the exact reason why a MCQ was incorectly done by you from the book and the notes.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper:Do topical past paper questions for paper 2 (MCQs) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to find the exact reason why a MCQ was incorectly done by you from the book and the notes.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper:Do topical past paper questions for paper 2 (MCQs) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to find the exact reason why a MCQ was incorectly done by you from the book and the notes.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Day 26
Day 27
Day 28
Read: Rest Read:
Read:
Revise: Rest Revise: Characterisitcs and Classification of Living Organisms From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes and your own notes from topical paper 2 practice. Revise: Organization of the organism From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes and your own notes from topical paper 2 practice
Past Paper: Rest Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do topical past paper questions for paper 4 (theory) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do topical past paper questions for paper 4 (theory) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Week 5

Day 29
Day 30
Day 31
Day 32
Read: Read: Read: Read:
Revise: Movement In and Out of Cells From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes and your own notes from topical paper 2 practice Revise: Biological Molecules From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes and your own notes from topical paper 2 practice Revise: Enzymes From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes and your own notes from topical paper 2 practice Revise: Plant Nutrition From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes and your own notes from topical paper 2 practice
Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do topical past paper questions for paper 4 (theory) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do topical past paper questions for paper 4 (theory) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do topical past paper questions for paper 4 (theory) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do topical past paper questions for paper 4 (theory) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Day 33
Day 34
Day 35
Read: Rest Read: Read:
Revise: Rest Revise: Human Nutrition From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes and your own notes from topical paper 2 practice Revise: Transport in Plants From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes and your own notes from topical paper 2 practice
Past Paper: Rest Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do topical past paper questions for paper 4 (theory) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do topical past paper questions for paper 4 (theory) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Week 6

Day 36
Day 37
Day 38 Day 39
Read: Read: Read: Read:
Revise: Transport in Animals From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes and your own notes from topical paper 2 practice Revise: Diseases and Immunity From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes and your own notes from topical paper 2 practice Revise: Gas Exchange in Humans From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes and your own notes from topical paper 2 practice Revise:  Respiration From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes and your own notes from topical paper 2 practice
Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do topical past paper questions for paper 4 (theory) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do topical past paper questions for paper 4 (theory) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do topical past paper questions for paper 4 (theory) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do topical past paper questions for paper 4 (theory) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Day 40
Day 41
Day 42
Read: Rest Read: Read:
Revise: Rest Revise: Excretion in Humans From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes and your own notes from topical paper 2 practice Revise: Coordination and Response From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes and your own notes from topical paper 2 practice
Past Paper: Rest Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do topical past paper questions for paper 4 (theory) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do topical past paper questions for paper 4 (theory) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Week 7

Day 43
Day 44
Day 45
Day 46
Read: Read: Read: Read:
Revise: Drugs From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes and your own notes from topical paper 2 practice Revise: Reproduction From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes and your own notes from topical paper 2 practice Revise:  Inheritance From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes and your own notes from topical paper 2 practice Revise: Variation and Selection From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes and your own notes from topical paper 2 practice
Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do topical past paper questions for paper 4 (theory) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do topical past paper questions for paper 4 (theory) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do topical past paper questions for paper 4 (theory) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do topical past paper questions for paper 4 (theory) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Day 47
Day 48
Day 49
Read: Rest Read: Read:
Revise: Rest Revise: Organisms and Their Environment From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes and your own notes from topical paper 2 practice Revise: Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes and your own notes from topical paper 2 practice
Past Paper: Rest Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do topical past paper questions for paper 4 (theory) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do topical past paper questions for paper 4 (theory) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Week 8 (Two months Completed)

Day 50
Day 51
Day 52
Day 53
Read: Read: Read: Read:
Revise: Human Influences on Ecosystems From Sir Hunain Zia’s Free Notes and your own notes from topical paper 2 practice Revise: Sir Hunain’s Free Notes on ATP and the notes you made yesterday Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice. Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice.
Past Paper:

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do topical past paper questions for paper 4 (theory) for the chapter you just revised.

Your aim must be to complete topical past papers of at least 5 years both series and both variants. It is better if you do at least 10 years, but time constraints may hinder it.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: Do 10 ATP papers and make notes of the common mistakes, common question patterns and common techniques that you notice from these papers. Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Day 54
Day 55
Day 56
Read: Rest Read: Read:
Revise: Rest Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice. Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice.
Past Paper: Rest Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Week 9

Day 57
Day 58
Day 59
Day 60
Read: Read: Read: Read:
Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice. Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice. Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice. Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice.
Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Day 61
Day 62
Day 63
Read: Rest Read: Read:
Revise: Rest Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice. Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice.
Past Paper: Rest Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Week 10

Day 64
Day 65
Day 66
Day 67
Read: Read: Read: Read:
Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice. Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice. Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice. Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice.
Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Day 68
Day 69
Day 70
Read: Rest Read: Read:
Revise: Rest Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice. Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice.
Past Paper: Rest Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Week 11

Day 71
Day 72
Day 73
Day 74
Read: Read: Read: Read:
Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice. Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice. Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice. Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice.
Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Day 75
Day 76
Day 77
Read: Rest Read: Read:
Revise: Rest Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice. Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice.
Past Paper: Rest Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Week 12 (Three Months Completed)

Day 78
Day 79
Day 80
Day 81
Read: Read: Read: Read:
Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice. Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice. Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice. Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice.
Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Day 82
Day 83
Day 84
Read: Rest Read: Read:
Revise: Rest Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice. Revise: Revise your own notes for all chapters you have made up to this point from past paper practice.
Past Paper: Rest Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

Past Paper: 

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 2 (MCQs)

Do 1 yearly past paper for paper 4 (Theory)

Do 1 past paper for ATP (alternate to practical)

Start from the latest / undone papers and go backward.

Always check your answers from the marking schemes. Try to realize how the examiner wanted you to be precise and concise. Also, focus on te exact points that were needed.

For ATP, try to note the common mistakes and common question patterns.

Make notes for any question that was either difficult, repetitive or questions that you attempting incorrectly. Try to also note down any new points for any specific chapter you found in the marking scheme.

Revise the notes you made yesterday at the end of today’s work.

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