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    looking for revision tips!
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    (Original post by shawtyb)
    looking for revision tips!

    Flashcards help me revise, I've always done handwritten ones but have now started to use Quizlet and it's awesome, you could have a look at that?
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    Coffee. All the coffee.
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    (Original post by Black Rose)
    Flashcards help me revise, I've always done handwritten ones but have now started to use Quizlet and it's awesome, you could have a look at that?
    someone else mentioned flash cards so il defo try it
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    Tea,

    and practice,

    but mainly a constant supply of freshly brewed tea.
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    (Original post by aoxa)
    Coffee. All the coffee.
    iv got redbull instead!
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    (Original post by Astrtricks)
    Tea,

    and practice,

    but mainly a constant supply of freshly brewed tea.
    hoping flash cards will help me practise
    il have sooo many though
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    (Original post by shawtyb)
    hoping flash cards will help me practise
    il have sooo many though
    Instead of making endless series of notes and flashcards, revision should be a reflection of the specific knowledge which you feel you don't know well enough; not just all of what I know.

    What I try to do is find were I lack knowledge or struggle by doing questions from within a topic, seeing what I don't know, revisit that in my textbook/revision guide/notes, then make condensed notes before making flash cards and ultimately attempting similar questions (hopefully with success).
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    (Original post by Astrtricks)
    Instead of making endless series of notes and flashcards, revision should be a reflection of the specific knowledge which you feel you don't know well enough;
    What I try to do is find were I lack knowledge or struggle by doing questions from within a topic, seeing what I don't know, revisit that in my textbook/revision guide/notes, then make condensed notes before making flash cards and ultimately attempting similar questions (hopefully with success).
    ok this makes better sense! dont know why i didnt think of this before!!
    not so sure i deserve my degree haha! im so dense
 
 
 
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