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    I'm curious as to how people revise for Maths, as personally it's a subject I don't really revise for but rather practice instead.

    Do you make flashcards, practice questions, use post-it notes or an alternative method?
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    Practice questions. I never bother with reading notes unless I absolutely don't understand something (which has never happened), other than this I just ask teachers for help.
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    I am trying to reteach myself from last year and I think revising through book questions has been a waste of my time, I've just been going through a past paper and trying to see if I can recall the method and then if it doesn't work use exam solutions.
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    (Original post by Babs Posh)
    I'm curious as to how people revise for Maths, as personally it's a subject I don't really revise for but rather practice instead.

    Do you make flashcards, practice questions, use post-it notes or an alternative method?
    Personally, I don't make notes for maths. I just do a ton of questions.

    Here is my plan of action:

    Complete all textbook exercises
    Complete all exam board papers
    Complete Solomon papers
    Repeat for all modules
    Get A
 
 
 
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