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I'm currently doing my A levels and I'm studying law, psychology and sociology. What could be the best way to revise and remember the dates?
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I'm currently doing my A levels and I'm studying law, psychology and sociology. What could be the best way to revise and remember the dates?
Hi Hassan,

From my A levels, I used cue cards - it takes forever to write them all out, but once you have them, they're gold dust (just don't lose them ).

For law you can put the case on one side and the date on the other. The same for all the other subjects too - then when you feel confident you know the dates - turn the cards around and try and work out the case, study or theory by just looking at the date.

I found for each subject make them a different colour so all Law cue cards are red, Psychology, blue and Sociology, green.

It helped me go from a predicted D to a B .
Hope this helps!
- Kath .
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