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    hi, my english lang and science exams are in like 5 weeks and i dont know where and how to start revising. for end of unit tests ive been writing up notes but that hasnt been working?? how can i revise??? also got mocks for all my subjects in 3 weeks... i am in year 10. thankss ))
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    (Original post by kirstynjstewart)
    hi, my english lang and science exams are in like 5 weeks and i dont know where and how to start revising. for end of unit tests ive been writing up notes but that hasnt been working?? how can i revise??? also got mocks for all my subjects in 3 weeks... i am in year 10. thankss ))
    Make flashcards - I have a GYG thread and if you go to page 20 there are some revision tips
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3897511
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    (Original post by kirstynjstewart)
    hi, my english lang and science exams are in like 5 weeks and i dont know where and how to start revising. for end of unit tests ive been writing up notes but that hasnt been working?? how can i revise??? also got mocks for all my subjects in 3 weeks... i am in year 10. thankss ))
    Google past papers or ask your teacher for more questions.
    Another option would be to do memory games with your notes - cover them up and try to recall them back to yourself and check to see if you're right. Keep doing this until you remember it all, which doesn't take long at all with this method.
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    (Original post by brainzistheword)
    Make flashcards - I have a GYG thread and if you go to page 20 there are some revision tips
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3897511
    Okay, thank you sososo much ))
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    (Original post by aliman65)
    Google past papers or ask your teacher for more questions.
    Another option would be to do memory games with your notes - cover them up and try to recall them back to yourself and check to see if you're right. Keep doing this until you remember it all, which doesn't take long at all with this method.
    I'll definitely try this out, thanks
 
 
 
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