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    I've recently made a revision schedule for my A-levels (currently in A2), I'm finding it difficult to revise psychology without laboriously reading the same pages over and over again. I've been trying to find a new approach to revising it but can't find one that works all too well.
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    It depends on the way you learn I think, but for me I write down the titles (Examples: SLT theory(if you do media?)) and names of studies, and then I write as much information as I can remember about the study, with-out looking at the research itself. Then you go back over it and see what you missed, writing it in bold so its easy to visualize, then try and repeat the process!! It gets a little boring but by then move on to a different topic, always leaving time to return to the first topic to see if it actually sank in :P
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    (Original post by chadwickstar)
    It depends on the way you learn I think, but for me I write down the titles (Examples: SLT theory(if you do media?)) and names of studies, and then I write as much information as I can remember about the study, with-out looking at the research itself. Then you go back over it and see what you missed, writing it in bold so its easy to visualize, then try and repeat the process!! It gets a little boring but by then move on to a different topic, always leaving time to return to the first topic to see if it actually sank in :P
    That's kind of what I used to do, I'll probably give it another go since it seemed to work but yeah it got boring fast haha. Thanks for the help :>
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    This previous thread may or may not be helpful. It contains some revision techniques, probably.

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=2959145
 
 
 
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