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    (Original post by MathsAstronomy12)
    It's all a matter of preference - best way is to experiment with different revision techniques and find out what's best for you. I know some people who can literally stare at a textbook for hours straight without any assistance, and they boss their exams
    Lol. For my last physics test, i had no notes at all. We had a test on 2 chapters. I was revising on the last day. I fell asleep in between chapters but still got a very good grade

    few g's of the eld charly and you'll be flying
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