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    Basically I have an exam on Tuesday and Thursday so what should I be doing right now...

    Reading my text book and making notes, doing past papers, making mind maps or watching revision videos?

    With the past papers should I learn the topics I didn't get marks on...

    Thank you very much. I want the most effective method for revision days before my exams.

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    Doing past papers is good, it helps you to identify areas you're weak on so that you can use the time left to go over them
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    when you identify your weaker subjects make summary posters and put them up somewhere you look everyday. It will trigger your memory when it comes to the exams, good luck!!
 
 
 
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