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    i can't seem to get the info in my head? i need to learn the content then practise exam questions. The problem is learning the content! What shall i do, just copy it out on a piece of paper? that feels like such a waste of timeOR shall i try to just read it like 3 times?

    i can't condense notes because i just can't i feel i'm missing info out and wasting time so Tell me how you did it?
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    You can;
    - Re-write it again and again.
    - Read it to yourself a few times.
    - Test yourself with questions?
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    In history I find bullet pointing a section works well. Then just looking over it. also exam technique is important. Learn the style of how to answer 5, 7, 8 mark answers properly. Sometimes you can just blend **** together to get more marks as long as your structure is correct.
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    History is really interesting. This is so bad but I did no study like 0% study. NOTHING whatsoever. No homework, no essays, didn't even do classwork and I got an A. How? I don't know! The trick is to pretend as if you were there and write about it. That's how I managed to do my exam.
 
 
 
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