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    People i have five exams this january and need some advise on effective revision methods. Hypothetically speaking if you where this guy i know who hasent started yet, and who happens to have the same A2 subjects. And who also has a "cant do" attitude what advise would you give him-ill be sure to pass it on.
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    (Original post by bbbb)
    People i have five exams this january and need some advise on effective revision methods. Hypothetically speaking if you where this guy i know who hasent started yet, and who happens to have the same A2 subjects. And who also has a "cant do" attitude what advise would you give him-ill be sure to pass it on.
    get off the internet, go through your books, pick out the most important bits nad learn them
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    Its chritstmas eve! worry about revising on boxing day!
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    obviousley but what helps you pick things up best.
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    You have done this thread before havn't you? Its pointless with you because I believe you do this thread everytime and I am gettign annoyed with you now.
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    Brainstorms with different colour pens. Seriously, your visual memory is your best and the colours to subjects link helps you remember.

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    Personally, and this is not a very popular method, I just write all my notes out again and memorise them in small chunks. For one of my AS exams in yr12, I memorised 17 pages and repeated them from beginning to end. This probably won't work for many people, but re-writing your notes is definitely helpful. Just try and make yourself interested in the facts you learn.
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    (Original post by Evil Muffin)
    Personally, and this is not a very popular method, I just write all my notes out again and memorise them in small chunks. For one of my AS exams in yr12, I memorised 17 pages and repeated them from beginning to end. This probably won't work for many people, but re-writing your notes is definitely helpful. Just try and make yourself interested in the facts you learn.
    You do that on Christmas Day?
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    You do that on Christmas Day?
    No way, I'd say start on the 27th depending on how much there is to revise!
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    Boxing Day is always good to revise. I've got a load of crappy management theories to revise as well some more advanced networking stuff.
 
 
 
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