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    I have an economics exam coming up consisting of 40 multiple choice questions. I plan to use 2 of the past papers to collate all the questions (removing any duplicates), use textbooks/internet to find the correct answers and then try to memorise them.

    Are there any online quiz maker type things that would let me enter all the questions and have it randomly ask me them back? Or any other good ways to memorise them?
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    ... flash cards? Post them on your bedroom wall to peek glances when you wake up/brush your teeth? Put them above your TV? In your car?

    I've tried most of these and the best one by far has got to be the bedroom wall. You'll soak a surprising amount of information (I've memorised 3 A4 pages of mathematical proof in a day)
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    I was trying to think of a more interactive method.
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    Just do them over and over again until you know them?

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    How do you know the same questions will come up?
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    Wouldn't memorising the multiple choice questions actually be far more work than simply memorising the correct answers to the questions which might come up?:confused:
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    (Original post by hobnob)
    Wouldn't memorising the multiple choice questions actually be far more work than simply memorising the correct answers to the questions which might come up?:confused:
    Where did I give the impression I would be memorising anything but the correct answers
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    (Original post by TOSCS)
    Where did I give the impression I would be memorising anything but the correct answers
    Well if you're not, what difference does it make whether they're multiple choice or not?:confused:
 
 
 
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