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    When you revise, do you revise in time slots or do you revise where you set goals and make sure they're done.
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    Set goals for me. The key to efficient revision is organisation, you don't need to be under pressure to get certain amount of work done in x time as it won't help you, that's for me personally though. I set out some targets for the day and get them all done
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    Set goals for me. The key to efficient revision is organisation, you don't need to be under pressure to get certain amount of work done in x time as it won't help you, that's for me personally though. I set out some targets for the day and get them all done
    How many targets would you set yourself?
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    How many targets would you set yourself?
    To be honest, I don't know why this is but I'm getting a lot less work than I usually do after a school day. On a school day, I'd revise about half a chapter of Biology, do few papers maybe some Chemistry papers and Maths work too. I didnt really have a set amount, I just did what needed to be done to the point where I can score really high marks in the practice papers. I used to make a list of what needs to be done and just got on with it really. Give yourself goals, I was/am really motivated to get an A in all my exams so I'm working really hard to make that happen.
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    I do both, set myself a goal each day but try and get it done in a set space of time.
 
 
 
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