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    can anyone list atleast 5 revision techniques and order them from the most effective to the least


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    http://www.independent.co.uk/student...s-8576161.html

    This is quite good... it kind of varies for everyone though. Personally I find:

    For simply remembering stuff
    1. Note making (e.g. read text, make 10 key points, try to rewrite text then compare)
    2. Q+A with a friend (after note making)

    For essay writing
    3. Reverse engineering (get 'perfect' answer, deconstruct by making noted, rewrite and compare, make revision card with key concepts / 'point' of each paragraph for essay'
    4. Timed exam questions (be brutal with yourself in terms of timings and ask a teacher or friend to mark)
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