Revision Mind Maps – Chemistry, Physics & Biology 

We have composed a range of mind-maps for the different topics in each UK GCSE subject, enabling students to recall ideas and information more readily. Mind maps are a superb tool for revision, as they give a visual structure, and enable easy association and linking between ideas. This is particularly helpful for students who are visual and spacial learners, and notice connections between different ideas and concepts. 

Available to order online in subject packs, our chemistry, physics and biology mind maps cover different topics within the exam syllabus, using colours to create links, in an easily readable and simple format. Seeing words and images laid out in a way that makes sense helps ideas to stick more permanently in the mind, for easier recall during exams.  

Mind maps organise information hierarchically, with main ideas at the centre and branching out to subtopics. This clear structure aids in breaking down large subjects into manageable sections, making studying more efficient. They also condense information into concise keywords and phrases. This encourages you to focus on key concepts, eliminating unnecessary details and preventing cognitive overload. Students across the UK have reported better results and greater confidence 

Have a look through the collection of Mind Maps we have drawn up, to help you revise for your upcoming exams.

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This pack of 5 revision mind maps includes covers each area of the physics AQA syllabus. They're visual prompts that students can use straight away. 



This pack of 7 chemistry revision mind maps includes each of the areas covered by the syllabus. Using a mixture of words, numbers, colours and symbols, students can use these at all stages of revision for easier recall. 


This pack includes 8 revision mind maps, each covering a different area of the exam syllabus. In a  colourful and engaging format, they are easy to use, and will make revision fun, helping students to retain more information.