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    Hello to fellow IB students,

    As you guys know exams are starting in May and I haven't actually started revising yet, I plan to start next week and I know I'll be working my butt off.

    I just wanted to know if anyone had any really good tips on revising stuff quickly or how to remember things quick? (suffering in biology and history). Any advice would be much appreciated!!


    Same, I have yet to properly start (goddamn internal assessments).

    Do past papers. Seriously. Do them until you want to cry and kill yourself (even more than now). Anything you don't understand, go back and revise that chapter throughly, but don't bother if you definitely know something. So, for example, if you know all the causes of the cold war, why devote equal time to it? Just do past papers, focus on what you cant do well, and get the mark schemes. Good luck

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