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    Hey everyone

    What would you say is the best revision tip??

    I would say posters. Not only is it always there (u always see it), it also helps to absorb the condensed information that the layout gives. This has helped me personally.
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    Keep reviewing things to make sure you retain the information.
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    Prioritise the subjects you're worst at.

    Why revise French if you're consistently getting near enough full marks?
    Why go over the intestines if you know them inside out? [Pun intended]

    If you don't know electronic structure like a boss, make sure you know electronic structure like a boss.

    Oh, and attend absolutely everything that your school/college/university does to help!

    But try not to think "Oh no I'm terrible" if you don't understand something that well. You will when you need it.
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    Look over any tests you have done in class to avoid making the same stupid mistakes again and to see which areas you need to revise.
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    (Original post by Skylight_hues)
    Hey everyone

    What would you say is the best revision tip??

    I would say posters. Not only is it always there (u always see it), it also helps to absorb the condensed information that the layout gives. This has helped me personally.
    Aside from having the content down, PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE, in exam conditions meaning in time, head down - work. Practicing opening up an exam paper and physically planning and answering questions is SO useful to get you used to the feeling before the exam actually happens and it forces you to confront the fact that you WILL eventually have to sit the exam. It is by FAR the best revision tip for A-Levels, definitely. It's no use knowing the content but not knowing how to use it now is it?
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    you are right

    (Original post by britmj)
    Aside from having the content down, PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE, in exam conditions meaning in time, head down - work. Practicing opening up an exam paper and physically planning and answering questions is SO useful to get you used to the feeling before the exam actually happens and it forces you to confront the fact that you WILL eventually have to sit the exam. It is by FAR the best revision tip for A-Levels, definitely. It's no use knowing the content but not knowing how to use it now is it?
 
 
 
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