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    (Original post by Fazza123)
    Theres a thread like this already
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=103328
    I revise through spider diagrams, taking them down in note form etc. I think for me thats the best way but it depends on the person.
    Find out what kind of learner you are.
    When are you exams?

    Well I have science retakes on friday .. so far for my revision i've made loads of colourful notes out of the revision guides ..
    after that my mock gcse's begin in december
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    Oh right. Good luck!
    Im sure you'll do well
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    (Original post by Pre)
    'totally serious revision' ??

    hahaa

    to be honest I really dont know ... thats why I asked .. :rolleyes:
    i put the meaning of it in the spoiler
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    i get all the past papers, write in the answers to them from the mark schemes - except for the 2 most recent papers. i learn the the answers, i.e. how to answer a question properly and what a good answer requires. Then i do the last 2 papers. This method has ALWAYS worked for me. Some people argue it never works, but i beg to differ. Hope this helps
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    (Original post by Fazza123)
    Oh right. Good luck!
    Im sure you'll do well
    Yeahh.. I hope I do well :o:
    Thankyou for the luck
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    (Original post by ElvisAint-Dead)
    i put the meaning of it in the spoiler
    I see...
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    (Original post by ShahadU)
    i get all the past papers, write in the answers to them from the mark schemes - except for the 2 most recent papers. i learn the the answers, i.e. how to answer a question properly and what a good answer requires. Then i do the last 2 papers. This method has ALWAYS worked for me. Some people argue it never works, but i beg to differ. Hope this helps


    Thanks, I'll try that out
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