freerange Posted January 29, 2011 Share Posted January 29, 2011 It seems that having a year of physics, a year of chemistry, a year of biology, etc., is a pretty common approach. I was educated in a British school, hence I'm used to the approach of doing the 3 subjects at the same time, in parallel. So please humour me if these seem like silly questions asking the obvious! If you have a gap of a couple of years between each encounter with a science, how do you retain all the understanding you worked so hard to cover during the period when you're not studing that science? Is a big chunk of recapping a standard feature? What are the advantages to rotation? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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