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can any one help about best revision methods... am doing wjec eng lit/lang - tkam, hobsons choice & resistance, aqa linear maths, aqa additional science, aqa geography a, edexel modern history - Germany 1918-45, usa civil rights, usa 1920's and Palestine/Israel, aqa French and graphic communications (which don't need to revise for)... predicted a* in everything... oh, also prefer visual stuff...
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If you prefer visual stuff then:

-One thing that may help you are flashcards. As you make them you can revise from it too.
-Check the specification of your exam board as well.
-Get revision guides for the subjects you are studying.
-Make mind maps, if you want, what's even better is to stick them on your wall, then when you can just look over it, repeating information helps your memory, so keeping it on your wall allows you to recap it whenever you want to/remember to.
-If you learn by doing so, then prepare notes, after reading some information, make notes on it, on the topic you are studying.
-After doing all these methods, I would definitely find time to practice past papers, you can probably find them online somewhere. That is vital, make sure you find time for past papers, it is the icing on the cake - after revising to practice.

Hope this helps
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try watching videos it will definitely help for history and could help for the other subjects as long as the videos are for gcse level

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(Original post by Davidson7)
If you prefer visual stuff then:

-One thing that may help you are flashcards. As you make them you can revise from it too.
-Check the specification of your exam board as well.
-Get revision guides for the subjects you are studying.
-Make mind maps, if you want, what's even better is to stick them on your wall, then when you can just look over it, repeating information helps your memory, so keeping it on your wall allows you to recap it whenever you want to/remember to.
-If you learn by doing so, then prepare notes, after reading some information, make notes on it, on the topic you are studying.
-After doing all these methods, I would definitely find time to practice past papers, you can probably find them online somewhere. That is vital, make sure you find time for past papers, it is the icing on the cake - after revising to practice.

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thanks a lot
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(Original post by DSG7799)
try watching videos it will definitely help for history and could help for the other subjects as long as the videos are for gcse level

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