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    Do you do past papers or just read stuff?
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    Reading is not revising! Learn the content through flash cards, notes, revision guides or whatever works for you. Then do past papers and learn the structure.
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    for me basically yeah i read it until it sinks in, then apply the knowledge to exam questions. usually i read all of my notes around 10 times before it stays in
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    Watch crash course (John green) videos on YouTube to understand the content, then make flash cards to memorise things, then make answer structures according to the mark scheme
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    I'm going to revise over each topic and make mind maps etc, and then after each topic try a few exam questions and give them to my teacher to be marked!
 
 
 
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