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I want to find out which revision methods works best for me , i realise that if i revise different ways for a topic and do the same test then it maybe unreliable. Has anybody got method to find my best revision method scientifically ?
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I see the problem with repeating the same test over and over again. You could try to learn each chapter with a different revision method each time. That way you wouldn't be repeatedly learning the same chapter. Then, you could do several past papers and see which chapter you did best in. I'm not sure if this idea would scientifically prove the revision method best suited to you as you might find a certain chapter easier to understand or the questions in the past papers may be easier for a particular chapter... :/
Something that could really help though, is (if you haven't already) taking the "Which type of learner are you?" quiz which tells you if you're a visual, auditory or kinaesthetic learner (or a combination learner). Good luck


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Hello!
I see the problem with repeating the same test over and over again. You could try to learn each chapter with a different revision method each time. That way you wouldn't be repeatedly learning the same chapter. Then, you could do several past papers and see which chapter you did best in. I'm not sure if this idea would scientifically prove the revision method best suited to you as you might find a certain chapter easier to understand or the questions in the past papers may be easier for a particular chapter... :/
Something that could really help though, is (if you haven't already) taking the "Which type of learner are you?" quiz which tells you if you're a visual, auditory or kinaesthetic learner (or a combination learner). Good luck


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