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    Which one of the two is better?
    I find that after making the mind maps, when I try to read them again it all becomes confusing.
    I need some new revision technique in which everything is in perfect order and not all over the place.

    When re-reading class notes however, I find it easier since it is in order.

    So should I just make like 5-10 pages of notes per topic compared to 1 spider diagram per topic?
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    I personally break down a subject into modules. Split up these modules into different 'ideas' or definitions. Then just write all the definitions out and highlight the key word at the start and try to memorise the rest by only looking at the key word. Basically just a big long list. It could work for you, it may not.
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    I have split the subject into Units, and split those units into topics.
 
 
 
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