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Harinder67
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I find it hard to remeber information for tests? How can I remember please help
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Start from finding out what type of way you learn best. Are you visual(reading), auditory(listening), or kinesthetic(active work)?
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I feel the best way to revise is making notes and folders. What ive also started doing for my subjects is making notes on record cards which you can buy from almost any stationary shop. For every unit make notes on record cards and it will help a lot do this if you dont want to make folders and also dont write paragraphs write in note form and draw diagrams etc it will help when it comes to the exam. + use GCSE bitesize
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Watch JamoeMills and SimonOxfPhys on YouTube. They both did some videos on it. :yy:

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a good way to revise for geography is to make fact sheets for each of your topics. have one sheet per topic and on each sheet write down all the case studies you need for it including facts such as impacts and responses, pros/cons etc for each case study (the things you write for each case study will vary depending on the type of case study). or you could do a similar thing but put it in a mind map format. this method is best for gcse case studies if you are doing a levels the best way to remember things is to write up case studies in bullet point form and do past questions to practice
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