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    (Original post by assassim)
    It Would Be Good If Pple Could Debate About Good Study Techniques, I Hear Pple Saying Somthing About A Learning Curve
    From Which Your Brain Being At Its Best Memory And Understanding Wise, Pple Say Take A Rest A Few Days Before The Exam, But Wont Info Be Lost??

    Anyone?
    best one.....get your butt off here and into the books.
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    I don't revise much. I try to pay attention during the course, then read the textbook and maybe my notes a couple of days before the exam.

    Of course, that may explain why I don't do so well at the revision-type subjects.
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    (Original post by Dr. Blazed)
    I don't revise much. I try to pay attention during the course, then read the textbook and maybe my notes a couple of days before the exam.

    Of course, that may explain why I don't do so well at the revision-type subjects.
    I do the exact opposite - little attention in classes, but revise like hell for the exams. Probably why my exam scores are good but course grades and internal unit tests arent great.
 
 
 
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