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    i have tried most things to revise such as flashcards,mindmaps,highlighting ,post it notes, past papers, reading, listening on youtube.
    what else is there?! really desperate now as I've got mocks in november and real exams in may/june!
    please help
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    Hi there,

    I would say the best thing to do is find out what type of learner you are. Type into google 'what type of learner am I?' then several quizzes will pop up. Take a few and get an average answer whether you learn visually, by ear or by doing things. Then type into google what ways are best to study for the type of learner you are. Hopefully you will find some useful tips! Sometimes, I imagine I am teaching someone else so I speak aloud which I find really helps when you don't understand something! Good luck with your studying!
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    Hi there,

    I would say the best thing to do is find out what type of learner you are. Type into google 'what type of learner am I?' then several quizzes will pop up. Take a few and get an average answer whether you learn visually, by ear or by doing things. Then type into google what ways are best to study for the type of learner you are. Hopefully you will find some useful tips! Sometimes, I imagine I am teaching someone else so I speak aloud which I find really helps when you don't understand something! Good luck with your studying!
    well i did the test and i got visual
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    (Original post by amyjanee15)
    well i did the test and i got visual
    Ok, so put 'revision techniques for visual learners' into google, and the second web link (a pdf) seems quite useful! In general, visual learners learn best with using really bright colours, highlighting and writing in them so u should get yourself a big set of felt tips !
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    (Original post by leopard923)
    Ok, so put 'revision techniques for visual learners' into google, and the second web link (a pdf) seems quite useful! In general, visual learners learn best with using really bright colours, highlighting and writing in them so u should get yourself a big set of felt tips !
    aw, thanks, I've just looked some useful info there, thanks for your help
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    (Original post by amyjanee15)
    aw, thanks, I've just looked some useful info there, thanks for your help
    Your welcome hope your exams go well
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    maybe make flashcards and past papers to help your revision i do this to help revision
 
 
 
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