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    I memorise my textbooks and write essays. Then I memorise the essays.

    Creating little acronyms helps sometimes to remember certain sections for certain subjects.
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    By procrastinating
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    Solve past papers ATLEAST two per subject everyday. I do maths, biology and chemistry. I mark the questions I go wrong in, and write in a notebook what I should remember next time. I go through everything briefly before sleeping.
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    I make mindmaps and flashcards mostly. Have you tried listing every subject and what you need to improve on? Then you can decide what you want to do to revise and make your revision more specific. I've done this a few times and I've found that it helps me to identify what I don't feel confident about and structure the way I revise better.
    Hope this helps!
 
 
 
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