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    Do you think doing past papers is enough for revising (alongside revising topics for questions you get stuck on) or do you think it's necessary to systematically go through everything in the revision guide for a subject, rewriting notes, making mindmaps, re-reading, etc?

    the revision method that works is very much different for each individual. if you feel this method will work for you then please follow it, for me I find it necessary to make mind maps etc and then learn them but that's just how I personally work!

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