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    Hi! Anyone got an idea how i learn better by using this revision teqniques?
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    For me flashcards work best, but it depends on learning styles... Maybe you find making voice recordings and replaying them works better? Or summarising existing notes, making spider diagrams etc.
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    Sounds a good idea, how i make them?
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    You can buy index cards in most shops; supermarkets, WHSmith, Amazon etc.
    Simply write a question on one side and the answer on the other, alternatively write a topic on the front and all information relevant on the back. This keeps your revision concise and helps you identify the essential information. you can colour code them to correspond to a particular subject or topic, just look through the question, answer it aloud- or in your head- then flip it to see if its right. Happy Studying!
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    What are you studying for and what subjects?
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    I'm studying for 5 highers this year: biology, chemistry, english, maths and physics so I'm currently in the middle of prelims. How about yourself?
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    (Original post by Treen98)
    I'm studying for 5 highers this year: biology, chemistry, english, maths and physics so I'm currently in the middle of prelims. How about yourself?
    doing a levels in maths physics biology and economics; from what I've done so far I suggest printing of the specification and answering all the points and doing past papers
 
 
 
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