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Hey,
so I have my mocks coming up and sometimes I struggle to revise.
Can you tell me what your revision techniques are?
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Hi,

It really depends how you learn best. But I find it useful to read pages from revision guides then I jot down everything I can remember. After that I check for any points I might have missed and I do some in depth reading so I have extensive knowledge of the topic I am revising and check if i can remember a lot of it the next day.

Hope this can help you!
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Aww I tried copying down the information a few times so it sticks to my head and highlighting the important bits of information, but sometimes it just doesn't stick with me. Also, I NEED music when I'm revising. I feel that it helps me.


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I take it one topic at a time. I read some of the revision guide, draw a labelled diagram of some sorts, do some past questions, then watch a video on it. You should try listening to some songs about the subject you're trying to learn - I'm sure you'll find something relevant and fun
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Aww wish me luck. I need it. Hopefully these techniques help me.

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Reading the revision guide repeatedly, watching videos on the topics I'm revising and doing past papers always works for me

Good luck!
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YouTube can be super helpful but best for me is writing colourful revision notes, I finished mine two weeks ago but they are honestly not that bad 😉 try not to stress it will help A LOT!


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(Original post by studentlife444)
YouTube can be super helpful but best for me is writing colourful revision notes, I finished mine two weeks ago but they are honestly not that bad 😉 try not to stress it will help A LOT!


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Aww thanks. I'll give it a go! Science is killing me right now!
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Reading the revision guide repeatedly, watching videos on the topics I'm revising and doing past papers always works for me

Good luck!
For me, even if I read the information 100 times, it still wouldn't get into my head
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mine don't stick lol

try youtube videos - they're pretty good
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According to my CGp revision guide Sleep on your revsion notes therefore the information will go into your brain the next morning ✌🏼️😂😂😂
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(Original post by heyitscraziix)
According to my CGp revision guide Sleep on your revsion notes therefore the information will go into your brain the next morning ✌🏼️😂😂😂
CGP revision guides have some random stuff in them 😂it's probably their way of making us interested, sadly it just comes out as a little awkward... If revision guides can be awkward 😁😂


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CGP revision guides have some random stuff in them 😂it's probably their way of making us interested, sadly it just comes out as a little awkward... If revision guides can be awkward 😁😂


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Hahaa aww I know. The CGP guides don't really give me much depth.
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Hahaa aww I know. The CGP guides don't really give me much depth.
Same.
Tbh they bore me out with their unrelevant information that doesnt even come up in exams!
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Same.
Tbh they bore me out with their unrelevant information that doesnt even come up in exams!
Most of their info isn't even needed and their lame jokes at the bottom. pfft!
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1)I write on a piece of paper all the subjects i'm revising for.
2) I count the number of pages I have to read and write notes from
3)I write down how many pages I have to do each day by dividing the number of days I have of revision with the number of pages left.

With this I start a routine, so I know everyday I have to for example do 2 pages of sociology and 3 pages of maths etc.. It helps and before the test you would have finished each topic at the same time!

hope this helps x
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