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    Hi, I'm just about to start revision for Maths for when I go back in September. I have a solid revision schedule and I have broken C1 and C2 Maths into lots of different topics so I can gradually work my way through it all in the summer - but I was wondering if anyone had a good method/formula for revising topics thoroughly, e.g:

    1. Watch video on topic
    2. Work through step by step guides
    3. Practice exam questions
    4. Flashcards etc.

    I just made that up on the spot so I'm not sure whether or not that would be a good way to do it or are there better ways?
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    (Original post by samv99)
    Hi, I'm just about to start revision for Maths for when I go back in September. I have a solid revision schedule and I have broken C1 and C2 Maths into lots of different topics so I can gradually work my way through it all in the summer - but I was wondering if anyone had a good method/formula for revising topics thoroughly, e.g:

    1. Watch video on topic
    2. Work through step by step guides
    3. Practice exam questions
    4. Flashcards etc.

    I just made that up on the spot so I'm not sure whether or not that would be a good way to do it or are there better ways?
    Requirements are usually :
    1. know what to do. ((video,information,theory)again st specification)
    2. know how to present it. (do a question on it check answers)
    3. perfect it ( do more questions on it and check answers till it becomes very easy and do some harder questions)
    4. review later (occasionally look back at the step 1 and 3 after doing a few topics for those topics)

    5. now that your done exam questions till 100%


    What you should find at the end is that you have learned things from questions which were not precisely explained in your textbook (how to do x question)
    and you finish past papers with spare time to full marks, leaving only silly errors.
    These silly errors should be fixed too as the last step.
 
 
 
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