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    Depending on the subjects you are studying and the level, I would say...

    GCSE - last minute cramming has a lot of impact, create mind maps, revision cards, flash cards, test yourself regularly and nearer to exams complete a few past papers to see the style of questions.
    For Maths I have used mathsmadeeasy.co.uk for some A-A* grade question sheets on each topic, that might be something to consider.
    English, I'd read through the books if you have them, making notes, annotations, writing down key quotes and annotating them. Or doing this to the poems you have. Practice practice practice.
    Science, mind maps, past papers galore etc.
    Languages I'm using memrise a website that tests you on vocabulary and helps you to learn it, my specification is edexcel and there is a specific edexcel one on their.

    For A Level, you need to have started early!
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    (Original post by futurematters)
    Depending on the subjects you are studying and the level, I would say...

    GCSE - last minute cramming has a lot of impact, create mind maps, revision cards, flash cards, test yourself regularly and nearer to exams complete a few past papers to see the style of questions.
    For Maths I have used mathsmadeeasy.co.uk for some A-A* grade question sheets on each topic, that might be something to consider.
    English, I'd read through the books if you have them, making notes, annotations, writing down key quotes and annotating them. Or doing this to the poems you have. Practice practice practice.
    Science, mind maps, past papers galore etc.
    Languages I'm using memrise a website that tests you on vocabulary and helps you to learn it, my specification is edexcel and there is a specific edexcel one on their.

    For A Level, you need to have started early!
    Let me know if you want any more help, or for specific subjects!
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    Try flash cards, podcasts or writing notes. Basically anything that involves actually doing something is better than just reading over notes. Try looking at websites and videos online. If you give me some of the subjects you're studying I can point you in the direction of some great resources.
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    I've just read this on another forum, might help:

    "(Original post by AJlvin)How To Study?This totally depends on what works best for you and what you feel comfortable with! For example, I work best simply by writing out notes over and over until I can remember them. Others prefer more visually stimulating methods such as colourful mind maps and diagrams. You could also do flashcards, watch videos on YouTube that explain concepts, or listen to audio files. There are loads of ways to study and it's important to figure out what works best for you! Doing past papers and example questions is a really good way to study once you've developed your knowledge. Maths for example can get easier the more questions you get through and if you need to work on your essay writing skills, look at past papers and plan out how you'd answer the question and then go ahead and write it Posted from TSR Mobile"
 
 
 
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