how does everyone revise? I'm trying to find different methods to revise as exams are coming closer😴😴 the first thing that most people tend to say to me is create a revision time table, but I find them useless as I know I won't stick to it!
personally I re write notes, highlight key bits and do loads of past papers ! I feel as if everyone's answers are going to be quite generic as many of us probably revise the same way and do the same things. It'd be cool to know though.
Here are some links to some channels on YouTube that I find very useful :
GCSE revision 🤕 watch
- Thread Starter
- 22-02-2016 11:11
- 23-02-2016 19:57
Hi! I never stick to timetables either! I spend ages coloring them in everything and then..... I just forget about them. My revision style kind of keeps changing, I used to make revision summary cards of topics on power points. I did not of course get distracted by the snazzy backgrounds and look at memes
Isn't there this thing like visual, auditory and kinetic learning styles?! I still don't know which I am!
- 23-02-2016 19:59
The PowerPoint cards did work though when I wasn't distracted by the internet
- 23-02-2016 20:05
Hey i'm looking for ways on how to revise too! I just started to revise physics. For Physics i use the MyGCSEScience videos on youtube and the AQA student book and bitesize, read all the information (try not to procrastinate) and make mind maps or posters ... i prefer making it on one A3 sheet. After i revise and made my mind map i use the checklist and tick of everything i know and if there's any gaps in my learning i go back and revise it. After that i use past questions that are given in class and do them and mark them. After completing the whole seven chapters of physics i plan to do lots of past papers and mark them and check out my mistakes .
I'll tell you what else i do for other subjects after i finish physics... planning to finish Physics by Friday