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    does any1 else find that when theyve just learnt something ie revision, u forget it like straight after :confused: wots the point if this happens
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    (Original post by alio)
    does any1 else find that when theyve just learnt something ie revision, u forget it like straight after :confused: wots the point if this happens
    i do that a lot! especially with revision...
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    (Original post by alio)
    does any1 else find that when theyve just learnt something ie revision, u forget it like straight after :confused: wots the point if this happens
    I don't know I forgot!!Hahahahahahaha!! LOL!!
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    I cram and then I go into an exam, the minute the exam is over ive forgotten everything...makes space for more cramming
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    (Original post by alio)
    does any1 else find that when theyve just learnt something ie revision, u forget it like straight after :confused: wots the point if this happens
    You're meant to forget most things you've learnt within 24 hours :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Pixelfairy #1)
    You're meant to forget everything you've learnt within 24 hours :rolleyes:
    How would we progress from having babylike thoughts?


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    (Original post by musicboy)
    How would we progress from having babylike thoughts?


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    I meant revision-wise... That's why they say that you should look over everything you've revised again the next night
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    (Original post by alio)
    does any1 else find that when theyve just learnt something ie revision, u forget it like straight after :confused: wots the point if this happens
    This sounds like a classic sign of dementia. Go see your GP and see what he or she says about this.

    Only messing, you need to take a break and get something to eat. You may have been revising too much. Take a twenty minute break and then go back. It may be the learning style you have adopted to revise. Try different styles.
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    oh yes all the time, I can never concentrate, i always have some song running through my head, all thru the exam and revision times.
    Then I just cant be bothered wiv studies, like at this moment.
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    (Original post by BlueAngel)
    oh yes all the time, I can never concentrate, i always have some song running through my head, all thru the exam and revision times.
    Then I just cant be bothered wiv studies, like at this moment.
    same here, in the computer room sufing thru UKL when i should be doing M1
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    (Original post by alio)
    does any1 else find that when theyve just learnt something ie revision, u forget it like straight after :confused: wots the point if this happens
    yes, that happened with me with politics, but then i found it came back to me in the exam
 
 
 
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