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    I've mainly been revising by writing things down on A3 and sticking them up on my wall. Some of the sheets Ive taken down and put them into a revision file for me to re-read. I've also been doing a few past papers. However I think I need a wider range of revision techniques. Anyone have any suggestions?
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    podcasts! record yourself speaking the topics, then play them back
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    Hi there! A great suggestion is to watch Youtube videos ( regarding your subject), you will get a lot out of them. Also, take notes from various websites and put them altogether. Or you can learn your material, memorise it, and pretend your teaching a class, put the books down, and start a 'fake' lesson, and see how much you remember.
    Hope I helped!
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    make games to learn the simple but important facts.. I find that really helps me
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    Half of these suggestions I've never thought of before 😄 Thanks everyone! I'm definitely going to give your suggestions a go!!
 
 
 
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