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clucky_chick
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Hi,

I am currently a philosophy a level student, and I am loving the subject. I was just wondering if anyone had any advice on how to learn all the theories/premises, as I often slip on some details?

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Try doing mind maps, that usually works. Have the theory in the middle and have the ideas and scholars stem away from the middle. Draw illustrations around the information to help you remember/understand. You may also try doing flashcards or mix and match cards.
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use anki for things to memorise

it is an electronic flashcard system that works using spaced repetition. it is very effective


mind maps are good as said above. it helps to strngthn your knowledge by linking information; and it works especillay well for visual learners.. use lots of diagram, pictures...

when i did philosophy a level i would remember a handful of good quotes, i think they are good to know
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