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    Any ideas as to how (and where) I should keep my revision notes? Should I write them in a notebook, clean sheets of A4 paper or otherwise?

    Revision is imperative from this point onwards and I can't delay it furthermore.

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    I stick mine on my bedroom wall or keep them in ringbinders by subject
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    (Original post by hxfsxh)
    I stick mine on my bedroom wall or keep them in ringbinders by subject
    Right. Do you have one ring binder for every subject that you do?
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    Write them in something that you'll be able to read and go over. I also like sticking key points onto walls, making flashcards and writing in notebooks with colour. I have mind maps on my walls too.
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    Right. Do you have one ring binder for every subject that you do?
    Yeah. But I've split maths into algebra, number, data etc. because I've got loads of work for Maths, and the same with English lit. I have a separate folder for An Inspector Calls, Of Mice and Men and Unseen Poetry.
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    I do all mine on my computer, and that helps me best. Most people do prefer hand writing their notes then. Why not get some plastic wallets? Or if there's a lot of work, like you said above, a ring binder may be a good idea.
 
 
 
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