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    How often do you revise a subject?

    Some subjects like history and science I only revise every 3,4,5 days - is this alright?

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    We are all different so it depends.

    The way I study tends to be make revision notes, then consolidate those, then do exam papers.

    Use a study planner so you cna draw up a timetable and you need to be ready for each exam as they fall due and revised to the standard you want in the time available. be realistic and try to keep the variety going, so it doesnt get too boring. Planning your study gives you much greater ontrol and ensure you dont slip up. It can set you targets that if you reach them on schedule then you know things are going as planned.
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    never

    but when I DO revise, chem takes the longest, bio follows and computing follows that
 
 
 
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