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    Hey guys, I thought we could discuss some of our ways to revise for our exams to help each other and learn new methods!
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    Hey guys, I thought we could discuss some of our ways to revise for our exams to help each other and learn new methods!
    I have my exams in May and the way I'm going to revise my subjects is...

    -History: I've chosen my favorite topics and I'm just going to read all of them again, look at the mark schemes and all the notes I've been doing these two years.
    -Business and Management: basically the same.
    -Maths: doing exercises until the last day hahaha
    -Literature (Spanish): i'll read the books and revise the literary commentary notes I have.
    -English B: I'm not going to study basically because there's nothing to do.

    How are you going to do it?? And when are you going to start? I can't wait to finish it! Good luck
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    (Original post by angelamartinc235)
    I have my exams in May and the way I'm going to revise my subjects is...

    -History: I've chosen my favorite topics and I'm just going to read all of them again, look at the mark schemes and all the notes I've been doing these two years.
    -Business and Management: basically the same.
    -Maths: doing exercises until the last day hahaha
    -Literature (Spanish): i'll read the books and revise the literary commentary notes I have.
    -English B: I'm not going to study basically because there's nothing to do.

    How are you going to do it?? And when are you going to start? I can't wait to finish it! Good luck
    I am still in my first year,
    I basically revise from notes
    History: all we have is our notes during the lesson.
    Chemistry: the text book is good especially for the new options they added.
    Math: i'm trying to do excerises and spend more time on it.
    ITGS: i think reading through the textbook is enough
    English B : same nothing to do haha

    I can't wait till next year!
    Btw do u recommend the question banks? I'm thinking to get the math&chem what do you think?
    Good luck !
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    (Original post by elleIB)
    I am still in my first year,
    I basically revise from notes
    History: all we have is our notes during the lesson.
    Chemistry: the text book is good especially for the new options they added.
    Math: i'm trying to do excerises and spend more time on it.
    ITGS: i think reading through the textbook is enough
    English B : same nothing to do haha

    I can't wait till next year!
    Btw do u recommend the question banks? I'm thinking to get the math&chem what do you think?
    Good luck !
    For example, in Business and Management by teacher has no idea of how the IB works so reading all the exams is really useful! I don't do chem but for maths I think it's the best way to get the highest marks!
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    (Original post by angelamartinc235)
    For example, in Business and Management by teacher has no idea of how the IB works so reading all the exams is really useful! I don't do chem but for maths I think it's the best way to get the highest marks!
    great! thank you and good luck
 
 
 

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