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I'm starting Sixth Form Year 12 in a few days and would love to learn effective ways of revising etc to get top grades. I've seen a lot of people saying make notes, make notes, make notes, but make notes from what? Please can I have some help on doing well from the first day of A Level's till the exam and how to revise well, thanks.

I'm taking Geography, Business Studies and Psychology.
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(Original post by Tily)
I'm starting Sixth Form Year 12 in a few days and would love to learn effective ways of revising etc to get top grades. I've seen a lot of people saying make notes, make notes, make notes, but make notes from what? Please can I have some help on doing well from the first day of A Level's till the exam and how to revise well, thanks.

I'm taking Geography, Business Studies and Psychology.
Just stay on top of homework and if you dont get something in a lesson dont just ignore it to come back to it later, try to understand everything as you do it

Make notes in lessons and then go over them and make notes on those for folders etc. use textbooks to add to notes from class
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Psychology - memorize case studies off the back of your handdd, and answer essays with good structure

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I found psychology extremely tedious due to the sheer volume of things I had to learn, I'm unsure whether they're changing the syllabus this year or what but I would go and ask for information on all of the topics you will be studying and get all the AO1s and AO2s and just remember them, it will put you so far ahead of everyone else. Hope this helps


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