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Revision for Level one Science starts with you understanding the work covered in class and regularly reviewing your work.  If you read over your notes each day, then each week then each month you will remember a lot more.  This is often summarised to:
One day, one week, one month.
You need to try different ways of learning your work to find out what works for you.  Is it making summaries, making flash cards, discussing your work with friends, reading your notes out loud, making mind maps, putting lists up in places you look often, reading your notes then closing your book and writing down what you can remember, telling your parents about what you have learned, writing down definitions repeatedly until you can remember them?
Previous NCEA papers are available on the NZQA website and are a valuable resource.  Use them to find out what sort of question you will be asked.
Write answers to the previous questions and then use the assessment schedules to mark your work.
Read the assessors report.  This is a summary of what students needed  to know to get Achieve, Merit or Excellence.  
take  particular note of what students didn't do very well.  This is likely to be asked again so make sure you learn those areas very well.
When you have written answers to all the previous NCEA questions and marked them - then you can feel confident that you have done your best to prepare yourself for the external assessments.