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    I am having a difficult time remembering and extracting information from a legislation document which is very difficult to remember, considering all the article numbers and page! I have decided to type my own sample questions and one correct answer and two wrong answers. Has anybody successfully remembered and memorised this way? The test I am doing is purely extracting statements and using the multiple choice A, B and C method. I am trying all I can to learn, and hopefully this way will be the successful way! If you have any other methods, I will be keen to hear about them
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    Yes I've started to do this and it's really effective! Another method I use to revise is writing out key facts on a flash card then reciting it aloud- works well if the information you have to learn is dry and in vast quantities- helps to break it down
 
 
 
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